3. Cleveland Browns
There’s always drama and/or notoriety going on with the Browns, who had a much improved 2020 postseason after underperforming in previous years. Wallace’s perimeter speed may not have been needed in the shellacking of the Steelers in the AFC wild card round, but how about in the last-minute drama in Kansas City?
It would certainly feel strange for OSU fans to have one of their favorite Cowboys playing alongside Baker Mayfield, but that’s life in the professional ranks sometimes.
The Browns choose at No. 26, No. 59, No. 89, and No. 91 in the first three rounds of this year’s NFL Draft.
2. Green Bay Packers
It would be an enticing prospect to see Wallace streaking down the sideline at Lambeau Field, hauling in touchdown catches from one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL. Green Bay led the league scoring 31.8 points per game and was the fifth-best in yards per game.
If Aaron Rodgers is to finally get over the hump and win a Super Bowl, couldn’t he get some help from an elusive rookie wideout with impressive college credentials? Additionally, having a wide receiver mentor in one of the game’s bests — Davante Adams — would be a huge boon for Wallace.
The Packers draft at No. 29, No. 62, and No. 92 in the first three rounds.