2010 NFL Draft: Should Browns Draft Earl Thomas or Eric Berry?

April 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Cleveland Browns have the seventh pick in the upcoming draft and and a huge hole at the safety position on their roster.
With that in mind, I have profiled the top two safeties available in the upcoming draft.
Eric Berry (6'0" 211 pounts)  Safety  Tennessee
Eric Berry is considered, outside of Ndamukong Suh, the most complete defensive player in this year's draft.
Whether it's sniffing out a screen, baiting a quarterback or supporting the run Berry does the right thing at the right time.
He can play either safety spot and is the most complete defensive back in the draft.
Eric Berry is an incredible athlete. He is explosive, agile, has great speed, excellent hands and is smooth with fluid hips and excels in both man and zone coverage.
Berry has outstanding instincts, has a strong work ethic and does a good job in run support. He is also a productive team player and leader. He had 14 career interceptions, recovered two fumbles and scored ...

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