Brandon Weeden, quarterback, Oklahoma State (6-4, 218)
The Browns get their franchise signal caller at 22 in Brandon Weeden, who has the skill set to come in and compete for the starting role from day one. He displays nice touch down the field and can throw receivers open in the intermediate pass game. But he’s going to need to improve his overall feel from the pocket if he hopes to mature into a big-time NFL starting quarterback.
NFL Ceiling: Top-15 NFL signal caller
NFL Floor: “Plus” NFL reserve
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