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Mock Draft Among Blogs: Pick 7

The Browns are on the clock, and with their pick in, and some still gamebreaking prospects on the board, this could be the pick, that starts to turn the franchise around!

A new season brings a new face as the leader of the Cleveland Browns organization. After a year hiatus, Mike Holmgren returned to the NFL and Browns owner Randy Lerner has given the former Packers and Seahawks coach full control.

When it comes to rebuilding the Browns (again), Holmgren said there are certain areas of need on the team: depth at offensive line, solve the quarterback question, depth at running back and speed at wide receiver.

Yet the position the Browns are in April’s draft, only the quarterback question could be solved at No. 7. Since Seattle selected Sam Bradford (thankfully) at No. 6, the one player who remains — and those of us at No Logo Needed covet — is still available.

For all the Browns’ struggles in 2009, the team’s defense simply doesn’t have playmakers. On offense, Jerome Harrison finished the season collecting yards in chunks and it was thanks, in part, to a strong offensive line led by three-time Pro Bowler Joe Thomas at left tackle. Josh Cribbs was recently given a new contract for all his abilities to make plays on offense and in special teams.

And now, there is a defensive playmaker available in the draft.

With the seventh pick in the 2010 Mock Draft Among Blogs, the Cleveland Browns select:

***Eric Berry, DB, Tennessee***

If the draft in April falls this way, there will be nobody happier than us here at No Logo Needed. Selecting a talent like Berry doesn’t come along very often. According to NFL Network’s Charlie Casserly, some teams have said Berry is the best player in the draft. So taking Berry is a no-brainer from a talent standpoint, but what makes this even better is that the Browns are in desperate need of a play making safety.

The best part about what Berry brings to the table is his versatility. Because of his talent, Berry can play man-to-man with wide receivers’s and that means when the Browns roll coverage over to account for a blitzing corner there is no drop off in coverage.

Berry started for three seasons at UT and made 245 tackles, 17 pass breakups and had 14 interceptions. In addition, he returned kicks. He is athletic, confident, driven and can be a leader on the Browns defense for years to come.

The Oakland Raiders and its representative, Just Blog Baby, are on the clock.

No Logo Needed’s 2010 Mock Draft Among Blogs:

1. St. Louis Rams: Joe Sports Fan
Ndamukong Suh, DT, Nebraska

2. Detroit Lions: The Wayne Fontes Experience
Gerald McCoy, DT, Alabama

3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers: Bucs Central
Russell Okung, OT, Oklahoma State

4. Washington Redskins: The Curly R
Trent Williams, OT, Oklahoma

5. Kansas City Chiefs: Chiefs Report
Bryan Bulaga, OT, Iowa

6. Seattle Seahawks: Dave Krieg’s Strike Beard
Sam Bradford, QB, Oklahoma

7. Cleveland Browns: No Logo Needed
Eric Berry, DB, Tennessee

8. Oakland Raiders: Just Blog Baby
9. Buffalo Bills: Buffalo Sports Now
10. Jacksonville Jaguars: Black and Teal
11. Denver Broncos (from Chicago Bears): Bronco Talk
12. Miami Dolphins: Playoff Bound Sports
13. San Francisco 49ers: Niners Nation
14. Seattle Sehawks (from Denver Broncos): Dave Krieg’s Strike Beard
15. New York Giants: Ultimate NYG
16. Tennessee Titans: Music City Miracles
17. San Francisco 49ers (from Carolina Panthers): Niners Nation
18. Pittsburgh Steelers: Steelers Today
19. Atlanta Falcons: The Falcoholic
20. Houston Texans: Houston Die Hards
21. Cincinnati Bengals: Bengal Stripes
22. New England Patriots: Blauhg: A New England Patriots Blog
23. Green Bay Packers: Lombardi Ave
24. Philadelphia Eagles: Iggles Blog
25. Baltimore Ravens: The Ebony Bird
26. Arizona Cardinals: Voice of the Cardinals
27. Dallas Cowboys: Blogging the Boys
28. San Diego Chargers: Bolt Hype
29. New York Jets: Jets Twit
30. Minnesota Vikings: Minnesota Sports Zone
31. Indianapolis Colts: The Indy Football Report
32. New Orleans Saints: MooseDenied


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