The Browns have needs at both tackle positions this offseason, and Becton would be a great fit with the 10th overall selection here.
Despite the fact that he’s a mammoth at 6-foot-7, nearly 370 pounds, Becton has excellent movement skills to go along with a very violent initial hand punch, and he would work well in Kevin Stefanski’s zone scheme.
Becton is a rare athlete for his size and showed the kind of technical refinement worthy of a top 10 selection this past year at Louisville.
His size in general makes him tough to get around, but pair that size with good footwork, impossibly long arms, and just a violent play style and you have a guy who could contend to be the first tackle off the board in a very deep class of them.
Becton would help keep edge rushers at bay for Baker Mayfield but would also serve as an upgrade in the run blocking department, where he’s an absolute lawn mower.