10. Cleveland Browns – Original Pick: Jedrick Wills Jr.
Jedrick Wills Jr. was the most experienced tackle coming into the draft. At Alabama, Wills logged 29 career starts, including 28 straight to end his career. Because of his experience and the fact that he was an Alabama product, he was viewed as a safer option at tackle than guys like Mekhi Becton and Tristan Wirfs.
Wills had a very solid rookie year. According to Pro Football Focus, Wills was responsible for just 4 sacks. Cleveland Browns signal-caller Baker Mayfield had a career year with Wills protecting him and it seems Cleveland has found a cornerstone on the offensive line.
New Pick: Jedrick Wills Jr.
In a re-draft scenario, there’s no doubt that the Browns stick with Wills. After making the playoffs for the first time in what feels like a century, the Browns are headed in the right direction for the first time in a long time. Wills is a huge part of their future and has found a home in Cleveland.