The interviewer wisely followed up with the appropriately question from the perspective of Hue Jackson, asking Garrett, "which team do you want to play for?".
There should be plenty of options available for the Browns at that pick including Dalvin Cook, Corey Davis, O.J. Howard, Mike Williams, Christian McCaffrey or John Ross. I have no allegiance. However, his determination to be No. 1 and dedication to play for a lowly franchise like Cleveland are noteworthy.
He should instead worry (some would say "hope") that the Browns trade the pick to a better team, with the better team taking Garrett. "And I'm not gonna be in any trouble", Garrett said. "I'm just gonna make plays and bring a good atmosphere to your organization", Garrett said. He wants it so badly that he has threatened to "punish" the Cleveland Browns if they make the decision to pass on him.
Garrett is not only the top talent in this draft class, but he's also incredibly knowledgeable, outspoken and driven.
With being a top pick comes great responsibility, hype and pressure.
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The Browns let it be known that they want to upgrade their secondary with their unsuccessful attempts to sign multiple safeties this offseason so they now will look to turn to the draft to fill that need.
"I wanted to spend time with my family and friends because there are so many that would not be able to go to the draft but were also involved in my life", Garrett said. There's chance he falls to No. 12 though, and that's the only scenario where he should be on stage next to Roger Goodell holding up a Browns' jersey.
"An awkward photo doing a side hug with the boss?"
It was a fairly wide-ranging interview in which I thought Garrett generally came across well.
Defensive lineman Myles Garrett #15 of the Texas A&M Aggies celebrates after sacking quarterback Sean White of the Auburn Tigers during an NCAA college football game on September 17, 2016 in Auburn, Alabama.