Long regarded as a better pro prospect than 2010 Heisman Trophy winner and 2011 first-round pick Mark Ingram, Richardson's explosiveness is what earned him the positive ink -- he can run around most and run over the rest. That was his M.O. at Alabama, and the SEC is packed with pro-level athletes. His task in Cleveland won't be easy, but as the No. 3 overall pick in April, the pressure is part of the territory. Trouble is, the Browns are very much a work in progress at the skill positions and defenses are going to stack the line to force unproven quarterbacks Brandon Weeden, the second of the Browns' first-round picks in April, or Colt McCoy to prove the passing game is a legitimate threat. Richardson has had a few minor injuries, including arthroscopic knee surgery in February, but nothing to cause concern short- or long-term. His leg strength, tackle-busting power and speed on the outside portend mostly positive projections in Richardson's rookie year, but he cannot do it alone.