While the meeting, just days before Thursday's first round commences in Chicago, is indicative of high interest in Perriman for the Browns, it doesn't necessarily suggest where in the draft the club might choose to make him theirs. Cleveland's first three draft picks come at No. 12, 19 and 43. If Farmer and the Browns are determined to take Perriman, the No. 19 pick figures to be the one to use, because his availability at No. 43 would be far more questionable.
"If there's a receiver that provides the best value and the best player, then we'll probably take that guy," Farmer said last week, according to cleveland.com. "If there's not and there's a guy that we think who can influence our team or help our team in a different way, in a better way, we'll take that guy."