13. Cleveland Browns: Chris Olave, WR, Ohio State
There’s no denying the biggest need for the Cleveland Browns heading into 2022 is at wide receiver. Odell Beckham, Jr. never worked out and forced his way out and the players he left behind floundered. Jarvis Landry — who was always criminally overrated by the fan base — fell off a cliff and their best option was Donovan Peoples-Jones.
While DPJ is a nice piece, he cannot be the focal point of the passing game, he’s just not there yet. That’s why they have to take a wideout here and they do that with Chris Olave from Ohio State. The second Buckeye receiver comes off the board and both Olave and Garrett Wilson can be stars in the NFL.
Of course, in Cleveland, they just need him to keep the safeties honest and limit some of the over-stacked boxes they saw in the run game.
14. Baltimore Ravens: Kenyon Green, OT, Texas A&M
This was a rough season for the Baltimore Ravens who suffered one injury after another. They still had a shot at the postseason but in the end, it’s probably better in the long run that they landed a top-15 pick and could go get healthy.
As for that top pick, they should consider upgrading their offensive line — which was a problem in 2021. They do that with the selection of Kenyon Green who can fill in at either guard or tackle, although lining him up at right tackle would probably be ideal for the Ravens.