The Cleveland Browns signed another fourth round draft selection on Wednesday, tight end Seth DeValve. The Browns have now signed 10 of its 14 selections in the 2016 NFL Draft.
The team announced the news on Wednesday afternoon.
Chosen in the fourth round at No. 138, DeValve should receive a deal worth around $2.45 million, according to OverTheCap's pre-determined draft chart. The Princeton product will likely earn about $545,000 in his first season as a Brown, should he make the roster.
The 6'3, 245 pound prospect spent time at both wideout and tight end at Princeton, but projects as a tight end in the NFL. The Connecticut native has plenty of athleticism, ranking at the top of the SPARQ draft ratings.
Not too shabby.
DeValve will wear No. 87 in Cleveland, according to the team roster.