Mock draft 4.0: Browns QB pursuit heats up as pro days wind down

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

Jared Goff’s pro day Friday in Berkeley, CA, marks one of the pivotal points of the Browns’ pursuit of their next quarterback hopeful.

This week, the Browns also attended the pro days of Cardale Jones at Ohio State, Connor Cook at Michigan State and Kevin Hogan at Stanford. Up ahead are the pro days of North Dakota State’s Carson Wentz (March 24) and Memphis’ Paxton Lynch (April 6).

The Browns were expected to have all their main decision-makers at Goff’s pro day with the exception of Sashi Brown, executive vice president of football operations, whose wife is expected to deliver the couple’s third child any day.

There will be a round of private visits and workouts with all the quarterbacks before this process is completed.

Our fourth mock draft – out of 10 – has no change at the Browns’ pick at No. 2, but has a different player at No. 32 for the fourth mock in a row.

1. Tennessee: OT Laremy Tunsil, Mississippi

Seeds of preferred trade down will be planted at league meetings in Boca Raton, FL, beginning Sunday.

2. Browns: QB Jared Goff, California

Suspension of Colin Kaepernick trade talks puts this back on front burner.

3. San Diego: FS Jalen Ramsey, Florida State

Defection of free agent Eric Weddle makes this pick more realistic.

4. Dallas: DE Joey Bosa, Ohio State

Fits perfectly at left end in Cowboys’ 4-3.

5. Jacksonville: LB Myles Jack, UCLA

This would be another major addition to Jags’ defense.

6. Baltimore: DE DeForest Buckner, Oregon

Best player available supersedes bigger need at cornerback.

7. San Francisco: QB Carson Wentz, North Dakota State

Everyone assumes they prefer Goff, but he’s gone.

8. Philadelphia: RB Ezekiel Elliott, Ohio State

Third straight move up for Zeke.

9. Tampa Bay: CB Vernon Hargreaves, Florida

Addition of Brent Grimes won’t deter this choice.

10. N.Y. Giants: OT Ronnie Stanley, Notre Dame

Highest-ranked player in the trenches.

11. Chicago: DT Sheldon Rankins, Louisville

12. New Orleans: DE Shaq Lawson, Clemson

13. Miami: LB Darron Lee, Ohio State

14. Oakland: DT A’Shawn Robinson, Alabama

15. Los Angeles: QB Paxton Lynch, Memphis

16. Detroit: OT Jake Conklin, Michigan State

17. Atlanta: LB Reggie Ragland, Alabama

18. Indianapolis: OT Taylor Decker, Ohio State

19. Buffalo: WR Laquon Treadwell, Mississippi

20. N.Y. Jets: DE Noah Spence, Eastern Kentucky

21. Washington: CB Mackensie Alexander, Clemson

22. Houston: WR Will Fuller, Notre Dame

23. Minnesota: OG Cody Whitehair, Kansas Sate

24. Cincinnati: WR Corey Coleman, Baylor

25. Pittsburgh: CB Eli Apple, Ohio State

26. Seattle: OT Jason Spriggs, Indiana

27. Green Bay: NT Andrew Billings, Baylor

28. Kansas City: WR Josh Doctson, Texas Christian

29. Arizona: DE Emmanuel Ogbah, Oklahoma State

30. Carolina: DE Kevin Dodd, Clemson

31. Denver: QB Connor Cook, Michigan State

32. Browns: WR Michael Thomas, Ohio State

First Buckeye drafted by Browns since Brian Robiskie in 2009.