4. Larry Ogunjobi, Browns (age: 27 in June)
There were plenty in the NFL Draft community who loved Larry Ogunjobi coming out of UNC-Charlotte in the 2017 NFL Draft class, and those people have largely been proven right in their evaluations.
This man looks like he was created in some kind of lab somewhere:
Over the course of the last three seasons, Ogunjobi has become a full-time starter for the Browns’ defensive line.
His snap counts have steadily decreased since 2018 when he played over 900 for the Browns, dropping to 779 in 2019 and then 612 in 2020.
His best production came from 2018-19 when he had 102 total tackles, 11 sacks, 28 QB hits, and 45 total QB pressures.
Adding Ogunjobi would be all about adding to the pass rush department and he’s going to be somewhat limited to a 3T type of role, possibly playing further outside on obvious passing downs.
Still, the Vic Fangio defense needs effective, consistent pressure from the front four or five in order to be most effective, and Ogunjobi is a guy who can make that happen for you.