The Cleveland Browns selected Washington C Nick Harris in the fifth round with the No. 160 pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.
Welcome to Cleveland, Nick Harris!
📰: https://t.co/sx7WKRitEA#BrownsDraft pic.twitter.com/PtLr0dt12t
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) April 25, 2020
The Browns acquired the No. 160 pick in a trade with the Colts, when they moved back from No. 41 to No. 44.
Harris is a 6’1”, 302lb center who played at Washington.
He ran a 5.1 40-time at the Combine and had 20 reps during the bench press as well.
Our leader 🙌
Nick Harris SHOWED OUT.#PurpleReign x #NFLCombine pic.twitter.com/p3UF1qJRRI
— Washington Football (@UW_Football) February 29, 2020
Harris was a 3-year starter and earned first-team All-Pac 12 honors as a junior and senior.
According to NFL.com’s Lance Zierlein:
Worker-bee, center-only prospect who won’t check many physical boxes but brings his grit to the fight on every snap. Harris’ body type belies his impressive foot quickness and ability to make all the move blocks needed from his position. His ability to sustain both run and pass blocks speak to his consistency of effort and performance, but size, scheme and positional limitations could cause him to drop lower in the draft than his actual tape would dictate.
Nick Harris a couple years ago went viral for this 😂 pic.twitter.com/ejqRposz7U
— Jonathan Peterlin (@JPeterlin) April 25, 2020
In 2017, he started at right guard, before making the switch to center in his final 2 seasons.
Among 64 draft-eligible centers in 2019, new #Browns interior OL Nick Harris was 6th in pass-block grade and 8th in run-blocking. pic.twitter.com/uNnjpjDtX1
— PFF CLE Browns (@PFF_Browns) April 25, 2020
Browns C Nick Harris since 2018:
837 Pass-block snaps
2 Sacks allowed pic.twitter.com/Sb8aBMKPpg
— PFF Draft (@PFF_College) April 25, 2020
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