According to Tony Pauline of Draft Analyst, the Cleveland Browns “spent time” with Florida safety Marcus Maye at the school’s pro day on Tuesday. He was also touted as the big winner of Florida’s pro day:
He tipped the scales at 207 pounds, three less than his combine weight. His 40 times were clocked between 4.47s and 4.52s, his three-cone between 7.05s to 7.10s and short shuttle 4.12s to 4.18s. During drills Maye looked as good as the Gators' highly rated corners, displaying a quick, fluid pedal and smooth hip turn. One interesting note -- a year ago Maye received the same grade from the advisory committee as Keanu Neal, who was a first-round pick in 2016.
CBS Sports projects Maye (6-1, 210 lbs) to be a third-round pick and ranks him as the fifth free safety in this year’s class, although it sounds like his stock may be creeping into the second round.