The Cleveland Browns know they need to hit on their 10th overall pick as they try to turn around their franchise. There are a lot of good players on this team, but there are some big holes the team needs to fill to take that next step forward. Let's breakdown three players the Browns should target with the 10th overall pick.

Jedrick Wills, Offensive Tackle, Alabama Crimson Tide

The Browns have a lot of playmakers on offense, but the offensive line had troubles protecting Baker Mayfield. Too often Mayfield was running for his life or having pressure in his face trying to complete a deep ball. Improving the offensive line should be one of the biggest priorities for the season.

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Most believe offensive tackle Jedrick Wills is the best lineman in this draft, and there is a chance he could be gone before the Browns select with the 10th pick.

If he is still there, the team needs to be selecting Wills. He is a player who should be able to come in game one and be a force on the line. It really doesn't matter who else is on the board at 10—if Wills is there, it's the guy they need to select.

Jerry Jeudy, Wide Receiver, Alabama Crimson Tide

There are probably better ways to use the 10th draft pick, but how fun would it be to have Odell Beckham Jr, Jarvis Landry, and Jerry Jeudy lining up out wide for the Browns.

As a junior with the Crimson Tide he caught 77 passes for 1,163 yards and 10 touchdowns. Defenses are going to have a big issue taking away all three of them and that has to be tempting for the Browns.

Andrew Thomas, Offensive Tackle, Georgia Bulldogs

Another offensive lineman the team should consider with their first-round pick is Andrew Thomas who played his college football with the Georgia Bulldogs. Thomas is a 6-foot-5, 320-pound lineman who played left tackle with the Bulldogs. He made life very tough on opposing defensive lineman, and as much as Mayfield would probably want another target out wide, he probably would rather have someone protecting him up front too.

There is a chance Thomas is also gone and if the team really wants an offensive lineman they should maybe trade back a few spots and select a different lineman in the middle or the end of the first round. The Browns love their draft capital and it wouldn't be a bad idea to get more this season.