The 49ers continue to be the most active team on the draft’s second night, having made another trade down. San Francisco has sent its 94th overall pick to the Browns, tweets Bart Hubbuch of the New York Post. According to Hubbuch (via Twitter), Cleveland gives up a fourth-rounder (No. 106) and a sixth-rounder (No. 180). The Browns used the pick to snag Towson running back Terrance West.
West, a favorite of ESPN draft guru Mel Kiper, is yet another piece added to a revamped Browns offense. At 5’11”, 223 pounds, West will likely compete with Dion Lewis and Edwin Baker for backup duties behind starting running back Ben Tate.