2017 NFL Draft Grades: Browns get an F for selecting Jabrill Peppers No. 25
The versatile safety will get plenty of reps with the Browns, but he's a questionable fit in the NFL
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Pete Prisco's Grade: F
"I don't like this pick at all. Where does he play?"
Prisco added on our live draft show that this is an "awful, awful, awful, awful, awful, awful pick with a capital A, which is why I give them an F."
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The Browns are going to get some publicity for their first round in this draft, because they added Myles Garrett No. 1, then traded way down and picked up a big name in Peppers. Peppers is a modern NFL player if there ever was one, becoming the first player in the modern combine to work out as both a linebacker and a defensive back. He's a versatile, dangerous playmaker (albeit who only had one interception with Michigan) that can move all over the field as a chess piece.
"We know the Browns need help on defense, and Jabrill Peppers can fill a variety of roles. Still, the Browns DST doesn't improve with this move. Ignore the Browns DST in all leagues." -- Jamey Eisenberg
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Talk about a great Christmas present