Senior Bowl

Senior Bowl Day 2 Social Roundup: Who's impressing at Browns' positions of need?

Earlier in the week, we spotlighted 10 players at the Senior Bowl who could make some sense for the Browns in the upcoming draft. The vast majority of them were at what are universally considered "positions of need" for the 2020 edition of the Browns.

We're checking in on a few of those positions in today's roundup of everything we saw on social media from those who are getting a close look at the Senior Bowl practices.

Lenoir-Rhyne's Kyle Dugger was included in our list of players to watch, and he's been a standout player through the first two practices. The small-school safety is dangerous both at his regular position and as a returner.

Jeremy Chinn, who starred at Southern Illinois, is also standing out among the safeties.

Moving on to the offensive tackles, Houston's Josh Jones is emerging as the best left tackle prospect in this year's game. There's definitely some first-round buzz starting to build.

So who is Ben Bartch? He played at St. John's, a Division III school. He began his college career as a tight end before developing into a 6-foot-6, 305-pound left tackle.

From all indications, he's holding his own against some of the top prospects from the biggest schools.

Pass rusher might be considered a need for every team in the NFL. As the Browns learned in the second half of this past season, you can never have enough. A name we're constantly seeing is Josh Uche, the former Michigan linebacker. He's having a very good week.

Sticking with the Big Ten, Wisconsin's Zack Baun is coming off a huge senior season and has rode that momentum into Mobile. He's considered a top-50 prospect in NFL Network .

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