Corey Coleman the standout in Cleveland Browns draft class

First-round pick Corey Coleman has been as advertised in his first training camp with the Browns. Photo by Frank Jansky/Icon Sportswire

BEREA, Ohio -- A breakdown of the Cleveland Browns' 2016 draft class and its progress after two weeks of training camp:

Corey Coleman, WR, first round: Coleman was having a strong camp before tweaking a hamstring. He has been as advertised -- stout, fast, strong to the ball and able to score touchdowns. He appears to be a legitimate playmaker.

Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, second round: Has had a head-spinning camp. He spent most of the offseason at linebacker, but the Browns moved him back to the defensive line after losing Desmond Bryant. Now Ogbah is working at two positions.

Carl Nassib, DE, third round: Looks the part, but has had a quiet camp after missing the offseason work with an unspecified injury. Nassib will have to step forward in games.

Shon Coleman, OT, third round: Missed all of the offseason as he recovered from knee surgery, which put him behind. Spencer Drango is the rookie working at right tackle, not Coleman.

Cody Kessler, QB, third round: Kessler has struggled with his limited reps and still has to overcome the stigma of being too small with an arm that is not up to NFL standards.

Joe Schobert, LB, fourth round: He has shown in some drills, but still figures to make the biggest impact on special teams.

Ricardo Louis, WR, fourth round: Louis looks the part, but did not stand out until scrimmages, when he had some receptions but also a drop in the end zone.

Derrick Kindred, S, fourth round: Having a quiet camp -- which is code for he has not really distinguished himself.

Seth DeValve, TE, fourth round: Hamstring injury meant he did not step on the practice field until Wednesday. Connor Hamlett has moved ahead in the competition to back up Gary Barnidge.

Jordan Payton, WR, fifth round: Looks good after missing the entire offseason due to Pac-12 rules. Payton has good hands and seems to be quicker than advertised.

Spencer Drango, OT, fifth round: Replaced Alvin Bailey at right tackle this week and figures to get a shot to win the position. Drango's grit and toughness have impressed coaches.

Rashard Higgins, WR, fifth round: The most impressive rookie receiver after Coleman. May have the best hands among rookie WRs.

Trey Caldwell, DB, fifth round: Tweaked hamstring early and has not practiced since.

Scooby Wright III, LB, seventh round: Quiet camp for the talented inside linebacker. This season might be one of adjustment for him, which could mean the practice squad.