Cleveland's projected starters at WR are Greg Little and Josh Gordon.
At 6-3 and 225 pounds, Gordon is the most physically imposing. He has long arms, large hands and reputedly no history of drops. Josh Cooper was QB Brandon Weeden’s second-favorite target at Oklahoma State and is experienced running crossing routes over the middle. The question is whether he can take the pounding of NFL safeties.
Don’t be surprised if Gordon, who hasn't played since the 2010 season at Baylor, needs time to claim a starting spot and Cooper edges out Jordan Norwood for the slot receiver role.
Cleveland receivers should be available pretty late in your draft. We currently have Little ranked 46th and available in the 11th round. Based on this article, guys like Mohamed Massaquoi and Josh Cribbs may eventually fall behind Gordon and Cooper.