Here's a look from USA Today's Nate Davis at how he graded the teams in the AFC North on their 2013 NFL Draft picks.
Cleveland Browns: Pass rusher Barkevious Mingo could make an impact provided he puts on enough weight not to get swallowed whole by NFL tackles. Third-round CB Leon McFadden will probably start in Week 1. But the team's new brass spent much of the rest of the weekend adding picks for next year (a suggestion they don't expect to truly compete until 2014?), though we would've liked to seem rescue one of the free-falling QB prospects to compete with Brandon Weeden and Jason Campbell. Thumbs up on the trade for WR Davone Bess. GRADE: C-
Cincinnati Bengals: They've quietly become a strong-drafting club, and it appears they nailed it for a fifth consecutive year. TE Tyler Eifert and RB Gio Bernard represent needed options for QB Andy Dalton when WR A.J. Green is double covered - which is usually. DE Margus Hunt ought to be a force on passing downs and special teams. Third-round SS Shawn Williams could crack the starting lineup. (For what it's worth, finally getting RT Andre Smith re-signed was an excellent sidebar from draft weekend.) GRADE: A
Baltimore Ravens: It's difficult not to respect any draft run by GM Ozzie Newsome. He said in February that improving the guts of the defense was Priority No. 1, and he might have found three new starters in the first three rounds who should do exactly that: S Matt Elam, ILB Arthur Brown and DT Brandon Williams. Brown, in particular, backfills the ability and leadership departments after Ray Lewis' retirement, though any comparisons obviously are unfair. DE Kapron Lewis-Moore could surprise if healthy, and ex-Wisconsin T Ricky Wagner might get a look on an O-line also in transition. GRADE: A
Pittsburgh Steelers: Round 1 OLB Jarvis Jones? Bargain, should start. Round 2 RB Le'Veon Bell? Bargain, should start. Punishing Round 4 S Shamarko Thomas? Bargain and overdue investment. Round 4 QB Landry Jones? Intriguing. The rest is gravy. GRADE: A-
Read the rest of Nate Davis' 2013 NFL Draft grades on USA Today: http://www.usatoday.com/story/sports/nfl/2013/04/29/2013-nfl-draft-grades/2120157/
By: Nate Davis/USA Today