There is no QB in this draft worth picking in the top 10, much less with the No. 1 overall pick. So building on the offensive and defensive side of the line of scrimmage is a good way to go. The Cleveland Browns just finished on the offensive side of the ball, adding C J.C. Tretter.
<p>And they’re building something good on defense with NT Danny Shelton and DE Emmanuel Ogbah. DE Myles Garrett happens to be the best prospect in the draft this year and it isn’t close. At 6’6″, 270 pounds, Garrett is a freak athlete, running a 4.64 in the 40-yard dash.</p>
<p>With his great burst off the edge, he converts speed to power well and an array of pass-rush moves. And his long arms keep opposing O-linemen from getting to his body so the plays the run well. Garrett is that Khalil Mack, game-wrecker type that requires extra blockers to go his way.</p>
<p>He would go in and complete the Browns on the defensive side of the line of scrimmage immediately. The Browns have some solid QBs in their division so getting after them is paramount to their survival. I’m looking for the Browns to make a run up the standings in 2017, especially if Joe Haden stays healthy.</p>. DE. Texas A&M. Myles Garrett. 1. player. 53