MITCHELL SCHWARTZ

Offensive tackle, California

6-foot-5, 318 pounds

Second round, No. 37

The Browns continued to focus on the offensive side of the ball, adding a key piece to help solidify the offensive line in Schwartz, a four-year starter with experience at both left and right tackle. Schwartz will most likely be plugged into the right tackle spot opposite Joe Thomas, and will stand as the second lineman from California along with center Alex Mack. He started every game at right tackle as a sophomore before being moved to left tackle for his junior and senior seasons. Schwartz garnered first-team All-Pac-12 honors in 2011 and numerous All-Conference honors before that. He’s known as a quality athlete for his 6-5, 318-pound frame, and has 33-inch arms that allow him to engulf rushers around the outside.

JOHN HUGHES

Defensive tackle, Cincinnati

6-2, 309 pounds

Third round, No. 87

The Browns swapped third-round picks with the Denver Broncos to add another fourth-round pick and move back 20 spots to take Hughes and address the defensive side of the ball for the first time in this year’s draft. Hughes is a clogging tackle known for his upper-body strength. He played in 50 games and started 25 at Cincinnati. There are some concerns about his endurance and conditioning, but Hughes was productive when on the field. He’ll be able to rotate along the defensive front with last year’s first-round pick Phil Taylor and Ahtyba Rubin.

— Ryan Lewis