Jarvis Landry, Lavonte David and Frank Clark: The best second-round NFL Draft picks at No. 59 or later in last decade

CLEVELAND, Ohio — When the Browns make their second-round pick in the 2021 NFL Draft, they could make a splash.

The odds aren’t necessarily in their favor, but it can happen.

The following list of the 10 best picks in the last decade at No. 59 — where the Browns will select on April 30 — or later in the second round are examples of that.

D.K. Metcalf (14) catches a touchdown pass as Philadelphia Eagles’ Avonte Maddox (29) trails during the second half of an NFL wild card game Sunday, Jan. 5, 2020, in Philadelphia.(Associated Press)

D.K. Metcalf, Mississippi wide receiver

Selection: No. 64 in 2019

Drafted by: Seattle

About the pick: Metcalf entered the draft with impressive physical gifts, but still wound up being the ninth receiver taken. His 2,203 yards receiving in two seasons tops them all, including college teammate A.J. Brown. Metcalf also made his first Pro Bowl team in 2020.

JuJu Smith-Schuster, USC wide receiver

Selection: No. 62 in 2017

Drafted by: Pittsburgh

About the pick: Smith-Schuster stayed with the Steelers this offseason on a one-year deal. He was the fifth receiver taken in this draft and, like Metcalf a few years later, leads the class with 3,726 career yards receiving. His 26 touchdown receptions also tops the class with a 2018 Pro Bowl selection, too.

James Bradberry, Samford cornerback

Selection: No. 62 in 2016

Drafted by: Carolina

About the pick: The 10th cornerback taken in this draft, and the fifth in the second round, Bradberry certainly found himself in a talented class. It included Jalen Ramsey near the top of the draft, but Bradberry has proven to be a tremendous pick with 11 career interceptions and his first Pro Bowl nod in 2020 that came with the New York Giants. He signed a three-year contract worth $45 million last year with them.

Frank Clark

Kansas City Chiefs’ Frank Clark reacts during the first half of the NFL AFC Championship football game against the Tennessee Titans Sunday, Jan. 19, 2020, in Kansas City, MO. (AP Photo/Jeff Roberson)AP

Frank Clark, Michigan defensive end

Selection: No. 63 in 2015

Drafted by: Seattle

About the pick: Glenville’s own, Clark is coming off two straight Pro Bowl and Super Bowl appearances with Kansas City. The Chiefs acquired him from Seattle for three picks, including a first-rounder that turned into starting defensive end L.J. Collier. Clark’s 49 career sacks is second among players in the 2015 draft class.

Allen Robinson, Penn State wide receiver

Selection: No. 61 in 2014

Drafted by: Jacksonville

About the pick: The 2014 draft included a talent-rich pool of receivers with Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry and Mike Evans. Robinson was the 11th receiver selected and ranks sixth in the class with 5,999 career yards.

Jimmy Garoppolo, Eastern Illinois quarterback

Selection: No. 62 in 2014

Drafted by: New England

About the pick: Garoppolo won a few games in relief of Tom Brady while with the Patriots, and that netted him a lucrative deal with San Francisco. The 49ers acquired him from New England for a second-round pick, but with San Francisco picking high in this draft, could Garoppolo be on the move again? Some trade rumblings have connected him back with the Patriots. Garoppolo’s 24-8 career record includes a run to the Super Bowl with San Francisco.

Jarvis Landry, LSU wide receiver

Selection: No. 63 in 2014

Drafted by: Miami

About the pick: Landry gave the Dolphins three Pro Bowl seasons, four with at least 84 receptions, before trading him to the Browns. Landry put together two more Pro Bowl seasons and has kept that play going through his seven years. Former LSU and current Browns teammate Odell Beckham Jr. went No. 12 that year to the New York Giants. Landry’s 636 career receptions lead this draft class, and by a considerable margin. Green Bay’s Davante Adams is second at 546 receptions.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers inside linebacker Lavonte David

Tampa Bay Buccaneers inside linebacker Lavonte David (54) points to fans as he runs onto the field prior to an NFL football game against the Atlanta Falcons on Sunday, Jan. 3, 2021, in Tampa, Fla.(Associated Press)

Lavonte David, Nebraska linebacker

Selection: No. 58 in 2012

Drafted by: Tampa Bay

About the pick: The veteran linebacker just re-signed with Tampa Bay for two years and $25 million after helping the Buccaneers to the Super Bowl. He’s remained with the Bucs after starting his career with a bang, making the All-Pro team in his second season and earning another Pro Bowl nod two years later. David has totaled at least 100 tackles in all but one of his nine seasons.

Kelechi Osemele, Iowa State offensive tackle

Selection: No. 60 in 2012

Drafted by: Baltimore

About the pick: A starter at right tackle from Day 1 in Baltimore, Osemele played even better after signing with the Raiders in 2016. He earned an All-Pro nod during his first year in Oakland and made another Pro Bowl in 2017. Osemele started five games last year for Kansas City, making his second Super Bowl after winning one as a rookie in Baltimore.

Randall Cobb

Randall Cobb (18) celebrates after scoring a touchdown during an NFC wild card game against the New York Giants on Sunday, Jan. 8, 2017, in Green Bay, Wis.(Associated Press)

Randall Cobb, Green Bay wide receiver

Selection: No. 64 in 2011

Drafted by: Green Bay

About the pick: Cobb went six picks after Baltimore took Torrey Smith, who won Super Bowls with the Ravens and Philadelphia. Cobb landed in Green Bay a season after the Packers’ Super Bowl win and became a top target for Aaron Rodgers by his second season. He made the Pro Bowl in 2014 and played eight seasons in Green Bay.

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