Now that the 2019 NFL Draft is over, the ratings are coming up for the Cleveland Browns.
There are two different ways to see the draft of the Browns when the ratings are delivered. This includes or does not include the acquisition of receiver Odell Beckham Jr. In a vacuum, some only provide ratings for selections made. Other graduates consider Beckham's collection.
Those that include Beckham largely gave the Browns high marks. Those who did not give the Browns an average rating.
If there was a constant in the Browns draft, it's that the team got a second-round steal with LSU cornerback Greedy Williams.
This is how the ratings for 2019 shake:
Mel Kiper, ESPN (link)
Explanation: Cleveland did not have a selection in Round 1 due to the OBJ exchange. I know that the Browns fans are perfectly fine with that, so Dorsey had to work on Day 2. He did it with his first pick, taking super. talented cornerback Greedy Williams (No. 46), who fell because his tape raises issues about his approach.
Pete Prisco, CBS (link)
Grade: C +
Explanation: They changed their first-round draft to the Giants by Odell Beckham Jr., which is a win for them. Greedy Williams is an excellent cover player, but he needs to work on his boarding. The rest of the draft was fine.
Chad Reuter, NFL.com (link)
Explanation: The Browns made their selection in this year's draft on Friday night, as GM John Dorsey split from a fifth-round pick to climb three places for Williams, who will be a factor in coverage at the start of the season. his career with Cleveland.
Steven Ruiz, FTW (link)
Grade: GPA of three rounds of 3.0
Explanation: I'm still in shock, the Browns finished with Greedy Williams without changing to the first round. The rest of this clbad, which includes a kicker, is disappointing.
Thor Nystrom, Rotoworld (link)
Explanation: Despite not having a first-round pick, the Browns emerged with a CB Greedy Williams free-fall. Assuming he is healthy, that is a highway robbery.
Andy Benoit, Sports Illustrated (link)
Explanation: With the Odell Beckham exchange that costs a first round, this is where the mandatory sentence on Cleveland's new offensive power and high expectations is found. To help meet those expectations, general manager John Dorsey defended himself with his first four selections.
Vinnie Iyer, Sports News (link)
Degree: There is no grade
Explanation: The Browns did not need a first-round pick to get a first-round corner in Williams' crash. Wilson was his next big choice; I should never have been on the board so long.
Mark Maske, Washington Post (link)
Explanation: getting CB Greedy Williams in the middle of the second round was another solid play by GM John Dorsey.
Nate Davis, USA Today (link)
Explanation: when you also snatch CB Greedy Williams and ILB Mack Wilson, potentially both immediate starters (with the chops to be good), then you have gone further.