Mock draft 3.0: Browns picks at No. 1 and No. 33 are easier guesses than at No. 12

Editor's note: Tony Grossi covers the Cleveland Browns for ESPN 850 WKNR.

Less than six weeks away from the April 27 draft, there still is no consensus on the best quarterback prospect or the likely order of the top four.

In our third mock draft, the Browns tabbed Mentor, OH native Mitchell Trubisky of North Carolina with the No. 12 pick.

In mock draft 1.0, the pick was DeShone Kizer of Notre Dame. In mock 2.0, it was Alabama tight end O.J. Howard.

Meantime, Clemson national champion quarterback Deshaun Watson has fallen from No. 10 in mock 1.0, to No. 11 in 2.0 and now to No. 27 in 3.0.

This week, Texas Tech quarterback Patrick Mahomes debuted at No. 25.

So, the placement of the quarterbacks continues to be ever changing. Nobody in this business – not just me – has any clue how they will come off the board.

Through three weeks, though, my picks for the Browns at No. 1 and No. 33 have been the same – Myles Garrett and Budda Baker. That No. 12 is a mystery, however.

Perhaps the Browns will trade it – either for New England’s Jimmy Garoppolo or for extra picks.

1. Browns: DE Myles Garrett, Texas A&M

Automatically ranks as most physical elite player on team.

2. San Francisco: S Jamal Adams, Louisiana State

Would match Browns’ Eric Turner (1991) as highest-drafted safety.

3. Chicago: DE Solomon Thomas, Stanford

Dominant bowl game performer moving up.

4. Jacksonville: RB Leonard Fournette, Louisiana State

New coach Doug Marrone gets a bell cow ball-carrier.

5. Tennessee: DE Jonathan Allen, Alabama

Coordinator Dick LeBeau knows the importance of a stout run defender up front.

6. N.Y. Jets: CB Marshon Lattimore, Ohio State

Absent a guard, player of least impact contributes to 2018 QB draft strategy.

7. L.A. Chargers: FS Malik Hooker, Ohio State

New coordinator Gus Bradley nets a ballhawk in secondary.

8. Carolina: OT Ryan Ramczyk, Wisconsin

Cam Newton needs more reinforcements up front.

9. Cincinnati: DE Derek Barnett, Tennessee

Marvin Lewis always looking to bolster pass rush.

10. Buffalo: WR Mike Williams, Clemson

Another receiver from Clemson in top 10 for clueless Bills.

11. New Orleans: LB Reuben Foster, Alabama

12. Browns: QB Mitchell Trubisky, North Carolina

If no Garoppolo trade, this could be Plan B.

13. Arizona: QB DeShone Kizer, Notre Dame

14. Philadelphia: CB Marlon Humphrey, Alabama

15. Indianapolis: TE O.J. Howard, Alabama

16. Baltimore: WR Corey Davis, Western Michigan

17. Washington: DT Malik McDowell, Michigan State

18. Tennessee: WR John Ross, Washington

19. Tampa Bay: RB Dalvin Cook, Florida State

20. Denver: RB Christian McCaffery, Stanford

21. Detroit: LB Hasson Reddick, Temple

22. Miami: S Jabril Peppers, Michigan

23. N.Y. Giants: OT Cam Robinson, Alabama

24. Oakland: CB Gareon Conley, Ohio State

25. Houston: QB Pat Mahomes, Texas Tech

26. Seattle: CB Kevin King, Washington

27. Kansas City: QB Deshaun Watson, Clemson

28. Dallas: DE Charles Harris, Missouri

29. Green Bay: OG Forrest Lamp, Western Kentucky

30. Pittsburgh: LB Tim Williams, Alabama

31. Atlanta: DE Takkarist McKinley, UCLA

32. New Orleans: DE Taco Charlton, Michigan

33. Browns: S Budda Baker, Washington

Third week in a row he draws this spot.