The Cleveland Browns kicked off the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft by shoring up their pass rushing attack in picking former Oklahoma State Cowboys star defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah.
A former three-star talent out of Houston, Ogbah broke out last season and had 63 tackles (16.5 for a loss) with 12.5 sacks and three forced fumbles. In his college career, he had 133 tackles (35.5 for a loss) and 26.5 sacks to go with five forced fumbles.
Just how much he’ll succeed with the Browns remains to be seen, but he has a strong defensive coordinator in Ray Horton. Throw new head coach Hue Jackson into the mix, and Ogbah should have a fully clean slate as he prepares to begin his NFL career.
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