Do the Cleveland Browns need a defensive tackle to pair with Larry Ogunjobi? How about a cornerback opposite Denzel Ward? Maybe a new left tackle of future?

According to a gathering of mock drafts, they could all be in the works for the Browns in the 2019 NFL Draft.

The latest collection features 11 mock drafts, all published after the NFL Scouting Combine. Those 11 mocks feature nine unique players. The only repeats are Clemson defensive tackle Christian Wilkins and LSU cornerback Greedy Williams. Five of the players are on defense and four are on offense. That variance shows where Cleveland's needs are at at the onset of free agency in the NFL.

Ryan Wilson, CBS Sports (link)

The pick: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU

Explanation: Here's the question Williams will have to answer: Is he willing to tackle? Because he didn't always do that at LSU.

Vinnie Iyer, Sporting News (link)

The pick: Devin White, LB, LSU

Explanation: The Browns did get a good season from Joe Schobert in 2018, but it would be hard to pass on White as the best player available. White covers a ton of ground against the run, and he also would upgrade their intermediate coverage.

Matt Lombardo, NJ.com (link)

The pick: Jonah Williams, OT, Alabama

Explanation: One year after taking quarterback Baker Mayfield No. 1 and nearly making the postseason, the Browns add a versatile offensive lineman to protect him. Williams can play either right tackle or right guard and become a centerpiece of Cleveland’s offensive line.

Dane Brugler, The Athletic (link)

The pick: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson

Explanation: The Browns need to add depth on the defensive line, especially the interior. Wilkins can be inconsistent vs. the run, but his quickness, body flexibility and ball awareness allow him to make plays in the backfield.

Josh Norris, Rotoworld (link)

The pick: Christian Wilkins, DT, Clemson

Explanation: Larry Ogunjobi is outstanding. Myles Garrett is not human. Add another disruptor in that front and continue to get after the quarterback.

Daniel Jeremiah, NFL Network (link)

The pick: Marquise Brown, WR, Oklahoma

Explanation: I would love to see Brown reunite with his Oklahoma teammate Baker Mayfield. They created some fireworks in college, and we'd see them in Cleveland, too.

Todd McShay, ESPN (link)

The pick: Andre Dillard, OT, Washington State

Explanation: Dillard showed off elite athleticism for the position at the combine. He is a superb pass-protector who also has the range to cut off linebackers at the second level. And the Browns will be looking for a young left tackle to help protect Baker Mayfield's blind side for years to come.

Bryan Fischer, Athlon Sports (link)

The pick: Ed Oliver, DT, Houston

Explanation: It will be hard for GM John Dorsey to pass up a top-10 talent like Oliver at this point in the draft and the potential for him to develop into a force in the middle of the Browns defense.

Doug Farrar, Touchdown Wire (link)

The pick: Greedy Williams, CB, LSU

Explanation: The rich get richer. The Browns have assembled most of the pieces for a top-10 defense, and new coordinator Steve Wilks is very secondary-minded.

Eric Edholm, Yahoo! Sports (link)

The pick: Clelin Ferrell, DE, Clemson

Explanation: Ferrell is a big-framed, productive end in the mold of a young Justin Houston, whom Dorsey had in Kansas City. Bookending Myles Garrett and Emmanuel Ogbah with Ferrell could give Cleveland some real horsepower up front.

Matt Miller, Bleacher Report (link)

The pick: A.J. Brown, WR, Ole Miss

Explanation: While he often played as a slot receiver in college, that was more a product of the system at Ole Miss. He also has the ability to win on the outside of the formation. That's where the Browns can use him while letting Jarvis Landry and David Njoku get more one-on-one looks.