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Former Ohio State Buckeye Mike Adams had his turn at the scale and in front of the mic in Indianapolis Thursday. Adams was measured at 6’7″ and weighed 323 pounds. According to Adams, he has been asked by a couple of teams about the possibility of switching to right tackle in the pros. Cleveland and Washington are two of those teams he mentioned. He said he was open to the move.

“If my name is called in the first round, I can’t even explain how that would feel.”

The Browns own the 4th and 22nd picks in the first round of the draft. Scouts Inc. has him as the 19th rated player in the draft.

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