The Cleveland Browns are carrying 21 rookies into training camp this year, with 12 of them selected in the 2015 NFL draft. From nose tackle Danny Shelton and offensive lineman Cameron Erving taken in Round 1, to outside linebacker Nate Orchard taken in Round 2 and receiver Vince Mayle taken in Round 4, the Browns are hoping to get the most possible out of their rookies for the 2015 season.
Training camp will be the first major test of these rookies' skills, their mastery of the playbook and their ability to transition from the college game to the very different world of the NFL. The OBR's Fred Greetham breaks down the Browns' rookie class and predicts the first-year players who are set to make the biggest impact on the team in 2015. Who do you think will be the Browns' best rookies? Will it be Shelton or Erving, or will it be running back Duke Johnson? Or is there an undrafted rookie who you think is a dark-horse candidate to crack the starting lineup?