The Browns will be shopping for an offensive tackle in the 2020 NFL Draft. Here is one in each of the first four rounds who they could target.
There is no doubt the Cleveland Browns will be looking for an offensive tackle or two when the 2020 NFL Draft rolls around. While the team managed to land former Tennessee Titans’ right tackle Jack Conklin in free agency, the team still has a vacancy at the left book end of their offensive line, and may also look to add a young, developmental piece to their front.
Last season the Browns failed to live up to the preseason hype surrounding their name and organization. With the additions of Odell Beckham Jr., Sheldon Richardson, Greedy Williams, and more, the Browns saw the most bets to win the Super Bowl of any team last offseason.
Instead April has arrived and the Browns are slated to pick in the top-ten of the NFL Draft once again. A large part of their failings (besides a head coach without a pulse) had to do with the devastatingly negative play of their offensive tackles in Greg Robinson and Chris Hubbard. Robinson is still a free agent after his arrest earlier this year, and Hubbard has taken a pay cut to be the Browns’ swing tackle and potentially compete at right guard.
Given the dire need for the Browns to look at offensive tackle, here we outline one tackle per round that Cleveland could target in the 2020 NFL Draft.