The quarterback was most watched.
The running back was penciled in as a starter shortly after minicamp started.
But the third -- and least known and least glamorous -- of the Browns top three draft picks in April might have just as much affect on the teams growth this 2012 season.
Right tackle Mitchell Schwartz is that important.
Because the Browns offensive struggles last season were not solely because of the quarterback or the lack of a dependable running back -- though those contributed.
Right tackle was a near black hole, with three different players starting games. The guy the Browns wanted to start, Tony Pashos, fought as hard as he could, playing the season with a torn tendon in his left foot that needed offseason surgery. That contributed, naturally, to a tough season, which led to his release shortly after his surgery.
Enter Mitchell Schwartz, a big, strong, gnarly, bearded guy from Cal who, at 6-foot-5 and a rock-solid 315 pounds, looks the part of a lineman.