According to Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun, the Cleveland Browns are using one of their 30 pre-draft visits on Arkansas fullback Kiero Small next week. [View the full list of the Browns' pre-draft interests]
Small is projected to be an undrafted free agent, so he might be a guy the Browns consider using one of their late-round picks on if they are impressed with him. The team just signed veteran fullback Chris Pressley earlier in the week. That, coupled with the visit from Small, indicates that offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan is looking to find a traditional fullback after last year's coaching staff forced RB Chris Ogbonnaya into that role.
Small lives up to his name -- he is only 5-8, 244 lbs. In terms of height, he is the smallest fullback in this year's draft class.