Final thoughts:The Browns are not drafting to fill big needs, with the exception of adding depth in the secondary and continuing to build the pass rush around Garrett, who had 13.5 sacks last season. Paul Kruger is the only other Cleveland player with 10-plus sacks in a single season this decade. If the Browns can draft a second pass-rusher with double-digit sack potential, then it would be a win.That is why we will not be surprised if Dorsey makes a move up the board given the number of tantalizing pass-rushing prospects in this draft. What will Browns general manager John Dorsey do next after trading the No. 17 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft in the deal for wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.?After Dorsey’s boldest move yet, Cleveland will continue to build around former No. 1 picks Myles Garrett and Baker Mayfield, with the latter being the reason the Browns’ hunt for a franchise quarterback appears to be finished. The Browns also added former Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt, who is suspended for the first eight games of the 2019 season. Day 2 planThe Browns should be able to pad their secondary with some value picks in the second round (No. 49) and third round (No. 80). Iowa’s Amani Hooker, Virginia’s Juan Thornhill and Maryland’s Darnell Savage are candidates, along with Delaware’s Nassir Adderley, who could also play cornerback. If Cleveland goes cornerback, then Temple’s Rock-Ya Sin and Penn State’s Amani Oruwariye are excellent candidates to be taken.Ole Miss tackle Greg Little and Kansas State’s Dalton Risner likely won’t fall this far, but the Browns should add a tackle in one of these rounds. South Carolina’s Dennis Daley has been a popular name linked to the Browns in mocks and would be an interesting fit in Round 3. Of those three, Risner would be the best fit. If the Browns want to add another running back early, then Darrell Henderson would be the pick on Day 2. Day 3 sleeperBen Burr-Kirven, LB, Washington (fifth round)Burr-Kirven put together a monster senior season with 176 total tackles for the Huskies, and he is a value pick who would add the needed depth at the position for the Browns at a low cost. He is smaller than Schobert, who was a tackles-for-loss machine in college, but the two could play off each other well. Cleveland also could add another running back on Day 3 given Hunt’s suspension and Duke Johnson’s trade demand. Bryce Love or Trayveon Williams would fit.MORE: Browns coach Freddie Kitchens can handle everything you think he can’t SN’s NFL DRAFT HQ:Iyer’s mock draft | Live pick tracker | TV scheduleThe Browns have talent everywhere on the field and now have something to prove. In this draft, Cleveland will be stocking up with depth for a possible run to its first AFC North title. It will happen April 25-27, and Dorsey has eight picks, including three fifth-rounders, at his disposal to add more talent.Here is a look at how the draft might shake out for Cleveland.Browns NFL Draft picks RoundPickSecondNo. 49ThirdNo. 80FourthNo. 119FifthNo. 144 (from Jaguars)FifthNo. 155FifthNo. 170 (from Patriots)SixthNo. 189SeventhNo. 221 (from Jaguars)Browns’ NFL Draft team needs Cornerback: Denzel Ward made the Pro Bowl as a rookie, but he also suffered two concussions. Briean Boddy-Calhoun and EJ Gaines left via free agency, so Terrance Mitchell and Eric Murray, brought over in a trade with Kansas City, are the best options.Offensive tackle: Cleveland re-signed Greg Robinson, and Chris Hubbard was a good pickup last season, but the Browns could use depth to protect Mayfield, who took 25 sacks last season.Edge rusher: The Browns traded for Olivier Vernon, who averages 7.2 sacks per season over the last five years. He is a solid compliment for Garrett, but this draft is loaded with first-round defensive line talent.Safety: Former Packers defensive backs Morgan Burnett and Damarious Randall are the safeties now, but Burnett has started in just 14 games over the last two seasons. T.J. Carrie remains the nickel back, but there is room for more depth here.Linebacker: Cleveland has room to add a linebacker or two after Jamie Collins left. Christian Kirksey, Joe Schobert and Genard Avery are a solid group, but there is room for an upgrade.Browns mock draft 2019First-round planFor the first time since 2008, the Browns do not have a first-round pick. Cleveland traded for Beckham, which is better than reaching for Combine superstar D.K. Metcalf. And given the Browns have had five first-round picks in the last two drafts that netted Mayfield, Ward, Garrett, David Njoku and Jabrill Peppers (who was part of that trade for Beckham) it will be OK if Cleveland stays put and sits out the first round in this year’s draft.MORE: Full 2019 NFL Mock DraftSecond-guessing that plan:We are talking about Dorsey here. Cleveland has three fifth-round picks, and it has two sixth-round picks in next year’s draft. There is still room to package together picks if Cleveland wants to bump back up into the first round and get either an edge-rusher or a cornerback who falls into a value spot. Dorsey has made one splash after another in the past two offseasons, and this would be another. Don’t be surprised if …… the Browns make a run at Ed Oliver or Devin White if the price is right. One can make the argument that Oliver is the most talented player on the board, and he had 53 tackles for loss in college with Houston to prove it. White would be a candidate too, but he would be harder to get. Keep the focus on Oliver.Some of the same questions that were being asked about Garrett two years ago are being asked about Oliver now. He could slip far enough that Dorsey would be willing to take a swing. Imagine putting Oliver on a defensive line that already has Vernon, Garrett, Larry Ogunjobi and Sheldon Richardson. New defensive coordinator Steve Wilks would not object.