On Wednesday, the collegiate workout circuit landed in Louisiana for LSU’s pro day workout.
The Cleveland Browns were represented at the workout along with every other team in the league.
They were given quite a show by one of the most consistent programs in the country.
Cleveland already has a handful of former Tigers players such as Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry, Greedy Williams, and more.
It wouldn’t be shocking to see the Browns add another LSU product or two on draft day.
Possible Options For Cleveland
Prized wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase was the featured player during Wednesday’s workout.
Sadly, Chase will most likely be long gone by the time the Browns make their selection at No. 26.
In fact, it wouldn’t be surprising to see Chase be the first non-quarterback taken in the draft.
Perhaps the Cincinnati Bengals select Chase with the No. 5 overall pick and reunite him with his former teammate Joe Burrow.
Who is excited for Ja’Marr Chase’s Pro Day tomorrow 👀
Will he reunite with Joe Burrow in Cincy?
— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) March 31, 2021
That being said, there are still plenty of promising players coming out of LSU in 2021.
Possibly, wide receiver Terrace Marshall Jr. is still around when the Browns select at No. 26.
Terrace Marshall Jr. caught 82% of his contested targets last season.
Highest rate in College Football. pic.twitter.com/OpEouBnGW4
— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) March 22, 2021
He tested quite well and figures to be selected around the late first round on draft day,
Other possible options include, linebacker Jabril Cox, wide receiver Racey McMath, and defensive back Kary Vincent.
LSU doin’ it RIGHT. https://t.co/F0lzuuusji
— DEREK BROWN (@DBro_FFB) March 31, 2021
Those are just to name a few of the exciting players coming out of LSU this year.
The Cleveland Tigers?
As already mentioned, the Browns have a handful of former LSU products.
Last year, they selected linebacker Jacob Phillips and safety Grant Delpit in the draft.
Both of those players played at LSU and were taken early in the draft by Cleveland.
In 2020, Phillips played a limited role on defense, while Delpit missed the entire season due to injury.
However, both players are expected to have bigger roles on the Browns defense in 2021.
Possibly having all these former Tigers gives the team more insider knowledge and perspective on the prospects coming out of LSU.
It’s one of the best football programs in the country and is known for their superstar defensive players.
It remains to be seen what the Browns do on draft day, but fans shouldn’t be shocked if Cleveland selects a few players out of LSU.
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