Cleveland is going to blow it (I mean it's pretty much a given that they mess this up somehow), but If I was them I would look at the team they have. Defense isn't really that bad the offense was just so terrible they where always in a bad spot. They now how LEGIT receivers and Tyrod isn't a great QB but he can win you 8-10 games which is the equivalent of a super bowl for Cleveland and he also doesn't turn the ball over. They have some decent RB signings in the off season too. so I suggest Trade a the #1 for a proven player that can help you right now say Gronk. Then use the rest of the draft to build a KILLER line.
Tyrod Taylor couldn't win 10 games in a division that includes the Jets and Dolphins, no where near the caliber of defenses he will face in Pittsburgh and Baltimore, and even Cincy isn't the mess NYJ and MIA are. One of the reasons the Pats record is inflated is they play in a division that has consistently produced average or less competition.
Gronk may have a year or two left, at best. He finally said he was going to play in 2018. Trade him to Cleveland and he'll retire the next day. The guy is beat up and abused with some significant injuries over the years and he's made his money. He's on the decline and one big shot by a linebacker or nasty strong safety could end it for him. Great player, but lots of miles. Insane to trade the #1 draft pick for him unless you get both of NE's number one's and a couple more picks.
The "legit" receivers are only that if they have someone to deliver the rock. Gordon is one bong away from permanent banishment. Landry feasted in a weak division and gained yards once NE was up by 21 in the 4th on the Fins. The AFC Least.
It's a QB league, and Cleveland has blown it big time with Manzel, Brady Quinn, and others. Last good pick was Couch, and they put him in with basically a MAC lineup around him. You take the QB at #1, and then take Chubb or Barkley who's left at #4. If both are left, you take Chubb, then pick up the franchise RB on Day Two unless a defensive stud slips to the top of Round 2.
Of course, they will take Allen, thinking he is the Next Big Thing for QBs out of a Non-Power-Five conference, aka Carson Wentz, and he'll go on to maintain that mid 50's completion percentage and get booed out of The Mistake By The Lake.
When you have many QBs touted by the pundits as being The Guy, then you really don't have The Guy. Time will tell who will emerge out of Darnold, Mayfield, Allen, Rosen, Jackson, and on and on. Maybe none do. Certainly five or six will not.