Cleveland selected Notre Dame star DeShone Kizer with the No. 52 overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Kizer is the first quarterback selected in the second round by the Browns in the common draft era (since 1967).
At nearly 6-foot-5 and 235 pounds, Kizer offers prototypical size as well as the arm talent to make every NFL throw. Many scouts believe he's the most physically gifted quarterback in this year's draft class.
That said, he comes with questions about his accuracy, field vision, mechanics and decision making under pressure. He slumped severely enough against Stanford last season to earn a first-half benching.
"He is the classic boom or bust," one AFC evaluator told the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel. "In terms of arm strength, athleticism, talent, intelligence, he's the highest-end guy. At the same time, he's also the one with the most flaws."
Should Kizer eventually emerge as quality starter, he will become the first Fighting Irish quarterback to enjoy extended NFL success since Joe Theismann and Joe Montana four decades ago.