The Cleveland Browns could have had Clemson quarterback Deshaun Watson with the 12th overall pick if they wanted him to fill a pressing need at the quarterback position.
Instead, the Browns traded back and ended up with Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers.
Peppers could play several different positions in the NFL, but was primarily a linebacker/safety at Michigan.
Peppers finished third in both tackles (72) and all-purpose yardage (an average of 62.6 yards per game) for the Wolverines in 2016, while leading the team with 16 tackles for loss and four sacks.
He’s also a capable special teams performer as well.