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2015 NFL Draft: Browns Bringing Penn State OT Donovan Smith to Berea for a Visit

Matthew O'Haren-USA TODAY Sports

According to ESPN's Adam Caplan, the Cleveland Browns are bringing Penn State OT Donovan Smith to Berea for a visit:

Dane Bruglar of CBS Sports projects him as a 2nd or 3rd round pick, thinking that he'll have starting potential at right tackle in the NFL after starting 31 games at left tackle in college. Bruglar calls him a "heavy mover who shows the short-area quickness and balance to cut off speed and hold his ground against both power and speed rushers" but criticizes his "hot/cold technique and attitude."

Per our draft tracker, the Browns have could have an interest in an offensive tackle somewhere in the first three rounds of the draft. Smith will be the second offensive lineman, along with Ereck Flowers, who has visited Berea, and Cleveland has held private workouts with T.J. Cummings and D.J. Humphries.