The Cleveland Browns are taking a close look at a couple of players who might make sense for them in the first and second rounds of the draft.
Mary Kay Cabot of the Cleveland Plain Dealer reports that Penn State defensive lineman Jared Odrick visited the Browns on Monday and Texas quarterback Colt McCoy is visiting Tuesday.
Odrick has accepted the NFL’s invitation to attend the draft, and the Browns are reportedly considering taking him in the first round, although he might be a bit of a reach with the seventh overall pick.
Browns front office boss Mike Holmgren is believed to want to draft a quarterback, and the top prospect, Oklahoma’s Sam Bradford, is almost certain to be off the board before the Browns choose. Holmgren doesn’t like Notre Dame’s Jimmy Clausen as much as he wishes he did, so McCoy could make sense for the Browns in the second round.