Matt Miller: 1.) Cleveland Browns The Pick: QB DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame Cody Kessler has impressed in limited playing time for the Cleveland Browns, but the new regime must make decisions for the long-term health of the NFL's only winless team. That means adding a legitimate franchise quarterback when the chance is there for it. Notre Dame's DeShone Kizer isn't playing on a dominant team, but neither was Jared Goff a year ago, and he still ended up going No. 1 overall. Kizer is a much more impressive physical specimen than Goff too. He brings a Cam Newton-sized arm and excellent athleticism to the position in combination with a heady, instinctive style of quarterbacking from the pocket and on the go. Kizer, just a redshirt sophomore, isn't a lock to enter this year's draft, but he currently ranks atop the class of eligible passers. 32.) Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia Eagles) The Pick: CB Desmond King, Iowa The Cleveland Browns kicked off this draft with the selection of DeShone Kizer and end the first round with Desmond King of Iowa. The Browns have holes all over the place, which makes a selection at cornerback smart in many ways. It's both a need and a value pick at the end of Round 1, as King has the ball skills and technique to play in a man or zone scheme right away. He's also a need for a team that needs to get younger and more aggressive in the secondary. Drafting to help Joe Haden and then eventually replace him as the No. 1 cornerback on the roster is the kind of move the Browns wouldn't have made in the past, but they should with a smarter, more levelheaded crew running the show. CBS Sports: Rob Rang: 1.Cleveland Browns DeShone Kizer, QB, Notre Dame: The Browns have started 26 different quarterbacks since rejoining the NFL in 1999, including rookieCody Kessler, who struggled in his first NFL start in Miami in Week 3. Unless the rookie (or his in-game replacementTerrelle Pryor) performs better down the stretch, the Browns will surely be drafting another QB in 2017. Just a redshirt sophomore, Kizer remains quite raw but he possesses the most exciting blend of size, arm talent, mobility and poise among this year's draft-eligible quarterbacks and, as such, is very much in play for No. 1 overall. 29. Cleveland Browns (from Philadelphia) Desmond King, CB, Iowa: Questions about his pure speed pushed King back to Iowa for his senior season (despite his winning the Thorpe Award) and it could push him down the board on draft day, as well. While perhaps lacking in this area, King's instincts, physicality and ball skills are top notch and the Browns showed a preference in the 2016 for players with strong resumes.