With a versatile skill set and big-play explosiveness that made him one of college football's top rushers for three years, Cook is an intriguing possibility for a Browns offense that ranked 19th in the NFL in rushing last year at 107 yards per game.
The club is also hosting Oklahoma RB Joe Mixon and Florida CB Quincy Wilson on Monday, per MMQB's Albert Breer. The Browns have plenty of needs, and plenty of draft picks to fill them. Cook is one of the draft's top rushers, but he's competing for draft position in a loaded field of heavily scouted running backs also led by FSU's Leonard Fournette, Stanford's Christian McCaffrey and Mixon. Cook ranks third at the position, behind Fournette and McCaffrey, according to NFL Network draft expert Mike Mayock's latest positional rankings.
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