13. Cleveland Browns: Drake London, WR, USC
After watching Ja’Marr Chase destroy teams in the playoffs for their in-state rivals, it has to be painfully obvious to the Cleveland Browns that they need a legit No. 1 receiver that can stretch the field. That has to be their focus this offseason and they need to add more than one.
After preferably landing a talented free agent, they should go after someone with the skill set of Drake London. A two-sport athlete, London also played basketball while at USC and really took off this past season before suffering a broken ankle. In just eight games he topped 1,000-yards and proved to be more than most cornerbacks could handle.
Cleveland is most likely sticking with Baker Mayfield in 2022 and if they want to see whether or not he’s the long-term answer, they need to surround him with weapons such as London.
14. Baltimore Ravens: Kenyon Green, OT, Texas A&M
Back-to-back disappointing AFC North teams are on the clock as the Baltimore Ravens follow the Browns. Baltimore had two issues this season that derailed their campaign. One was injuries and the other was an underperforming offensive line.
Time will help their players heal but they need better linemen. Here they address that with the selection of Kenyon Green from Texas A&M. He should be able to start at right tackle but has the flexibility to move to other spots if needed.