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Tracking the Cleveland Browns 2017 NFL Draft Interests (Final Edition)

A snapshot of which players the Browns have shown an interest in for this year's draft.

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This is the final edition of our annual "Tracking the Cleveland Browns Draft Interests," featuring who the team has reportedly taken a look at leading up to the 2017 NFL Draft.

The following players have been added since our last visit tracker was posted two weeks ago: QB Garrett Fugate, RB Devine Redding, WR Jamari Staples, WR Kaleb Moore, OL Gavin Andrews, DT Treyvon Hester, DL Glen Antoine, DT Casey Sayles, OLB Ryan Watson, S Chuck Clark, CB Marshon Lattimore, CB Adoree Jackson.

Listed below, you will find a table that lists the players who the Browns have supposedly met with or scouted from either a visit to Berea, a private workout, or some other way. The list is not comprehensive, as I'm sure the team has scouted more players who aren't listed here. These are the players who have been noted or confirmed by media sources. The "other" category includes reported connections at the NFL Combine, Pro Days, or other miscellaneous venues. The "projected round" data comes from Dane Bruglar's 2017 NFL Draft Guide.

Cleveland Browns’ 2017 NFL Draft Visit Tracker

Pos Player School Round Berea Workout Other*
Pos Player School Round Berea Workout Other*
QB Mitchell Trubisky North Carolina 1 x x
QB DeShone Kizer Notre Dame 1-2 x x
QB Deshaun Watson Clemson 1-2 x x x
QB Patrick Mahomes Texas Tech 2 x x
QB Davis Webb California 4 x
QB Sefo Liufau Colorado 7 x
QB Garrett Fugate Central Missouri 7 x
RB Dalvin Cook Florida State 1 x
RB Joe Mixon Oklahoma 2-3 x x
RB Kareem Hunt Toledo 3 x
RB Devine Redding Indiana 7 x
WR Mike Williams Clemson 1 x
WR Corey Davis Western Michigan 1 x
WR John Ross Washington 1 x
WR Dede Westbrook Oklahoma 3 x
WR Malachi Dupre LSU 6 x
WR Jamari Staples Louisville 7 x
WR Kaleb Moore Baylor 7 x
TE O.J. Howard Alabama 1 x
TE David Njoku Miami 1 x
TE Adam Shaheen Ashland 2 x
TE Bucky Hodges Virginia Tech 3-4 x
TE Jordan Leggett Clemson 4 x
TE Blake Jarwin Oklahoma State 6 x
TE Andrey Avgi Western Oregon 7 x
OG Dan Feeney Indiana 2 x
OG Dion Dawkins Temple 2 x
OG Avery Gennesy Texas A&M 5-6 x
OG Sean Harlow Oregon State 6-7 x
OT Mason Zandi South Carolina 7 x
OL Gavin Andrews Oregon State 7 x
DE Myles Garrett Texas A&M 1 x x x
DE Solomon Thomas Stanford 1 x
DE Jordan Willis Kansas State 2 x
DL Caleb Brantley Florida 2-3 x
DL Treyvon Hester Toledo 6-7 x
DE Keion Adams Western Michigan 7 x
DL Glen Antoine Idaho 7 x
DT Casey Sayles Ohio 7 x
OLB Takkarist McKinley UCLA 1 x x
OLB Darius English South Carolina 7 x
OLB Ryan Wilson Air Force 7 x
ILB Tanner Vallejo Boise State 5-6 x
ILB Ben Boulware Clemson 6-7 x
CB Marshon Lattimore Ohio State 1 x
CB Gareon Conley Ohio State 1-2 x
CB Kevin King Washington 2 x
CB Jalen Tabor Florida 2 x
CB Adoree Jackson USC 2-3 x
CB Cameron Sutton Tennessee 4 x
S Malik Hooker Ohio State 1 x x
S Josh Jones N.C. State 2 x
S Marcus Maye Florida 2-3 x
S Quincy Wilson Florida 2-3 x
S Obi Melifonwu Connecticut 3 x
S Chuck Clark Virginia Tech 6-7 x
K Zane Gonzalez Arizona State 5 x
LS Colin Holba Louisville 7 x

The Browns are allowed to host 30 players at their team headquarters in Berea. Visits by QB Mitch Trubisky, S Malik Hooker, and CB Gareon Conley do not count since they were part of the team’s “local prospect day,” as Zac Jackson of The Athletic explains. Media reports made note of 21 of them:

Count Toward 30-Player Limit to Berea Headquarters:

  1. QB DeShone Kizer
  2. QB Deshaun Watson
  3. QB Patrick Mahomes
  4. RB Dalvin Cook
  5. RB Joe Mixon
  6. WR Mike Williams
  7. WR Corey Davis
  8. WR John Ross
  9. WR Malachi Dupre
  10. TE David Njoku
  11. TE Bucky Hodges
  12. OG Sean Harlow
  13. DE Myles Garrett
  14. DL Caleb Brantley
  15. OLB Takkarist McKinley
  16. CB Marshon Lattimore
  17. CB Kevin King
  18. CB Adoree Jackson
  19. S Josh Jones
  20. S Quincy Wilson
  21. S Obi Melifonwu

Special Note: This year, the Browns coached the South team in the Senior Bowl, so there would be a lot more connections than usual because of that. To keep our table reasonably small, I’ve only factored a few of those players into our tracker. Please visit the South roster page to see everyone that Hue Jackson and company coached.

If you know of any other players the Browns have reportedly met with or scouted, let us know in the comments section and we will be sure to add them to the table.