The Ohio State Buckeyes were a dominant team in 2019 and are sending plenty of talent to the 2020 NFL Draft. Many fans of the Cleveland Browns fans are also Buckeyes faithful, and are likely hoping the NFL team snags some of the state's premier college stars in the draft. While the Browns won't have a chance to take Chase Young, there are still a few players who could potentially be drafted and begin playing professionally in Cleveland.
3. WR Binjimen Victor
Binjimen Victor is a 6-foot-4 receiver who had 545 receiving yards on only 34 receptions in 2019. He would be a nice mid-round pick for the Browns as a complimentary piece to the likes of Odell Beckham Jr. and Jarvis Landry. Rashard Higgins is a free agent and even if he is re-signed, the Browns would be upgrading in terms of size with Victor, who would be a low-risk draft selection.
2. DB Jordan Fuller
Jordan Fuller was a four-year player for the Buckeyes and the safety was named first-team All-Big Ten in 2019. The Browns are incredibly thin at safety with Morgan Burnett currently listed as the only veteran under contract at the position. Sheldrick Redwine doesn't appear to be a game-changer, but Fuller who is projected to go in the latter half of the draft, could step in and have an early impact in Cleveland.
1. LB Malik Harrison
The Browns have officially moved on from linebacker Christian Kirksey and are reportedly not planning to re-sign Joe Schobert. That leaves a need at linebacker as the team seeks someone to play alongside Mack Wilson. Drafting Malik Harrison could fill that need, rather than see the team spend upwards of $10 million in free agency. The 6-3 linebacker had 75 tackles and 4.5 sacks in 2019, and was named a member of the All-Big Ten first team.