The Browns made seven selections during the three days of the 2020 NFL Draft: OT Jedrick Wills, safety Grant Delpit, DT Jordan Elliott, LB Jacob Phillips, TE Harrison Bryant, center Nick Harris, and WR Donovan Peoples-Jones.
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) April 26, 2020
The fun did not stop with the draft picks and trades.
The Browns signed the following undrafted players.
Offensive Undrafted Signees
Kevin Davidson, quarterback out of Princeton, signed with the Browns.
Former Princeton QB Kevin Davidson is signing with … the #Browns, source said. Obviously.
Coach Kevin Stefanski went to Penn. GM Andrew Berry went to Harvard. Another Ivy League connection with Davidson.
— Tom Pelissero (@TomPelissero) April 26, 2020
According to Tom Pelissero on Twitter, the Ivy League connection led Browns first-year general manager Andrew Berry and first-year head coach Kevin Stefanski to the 224-lb, 6’4″ Davidson.
Benny LeMay, running back out of Charlotte, signed with the Browns.
Benny LeMay joins Larry Ogunjobi as an UDFA with the Cleveland Browns.
— Hunter Bailey (@Hunter_Bailey45) April 25, 2020
He ran for 15 touchdowns in 2019, and this performance ranked second in Conference USA.
Brian Herrien, running back of Georgia, signed with the Browns.
— Dell McGee (@DellMcGee) April 25, 2020
He had a breakout senior year with 103 carries, 16 receptions, 600 yards from scrimmage, and seven touchdowns.
Tony Brown, wide receiver out of Colorado, signed with the Browns.
— Darrin Chiaverini (@CoachChev6) April 25, 2020
He played his first two collegiate years at Texas Tech, where he scored just one touchdown.
Then, he collected 1,073 yards from scrimmage and seven touchdowns as a Buffalo.
Ja’Marcus Bradley, wide receiver out of Louisiana, signed with the Browns.
Source: Ragin’ Cajuns UDFA WR Ja’Marcus Bradley has signed with the Cleveland Browns.
— Scott Prather (@Scott_1420) April 26, 2020
He increased his receptions and receiving yards every year he was at Louisiana.
His 10 receiving touchdowns led the Sun Belt in 2018.
Nate Wieting, tight end out of Iowa, signed with the Browns.
Excited for the opportunity in Cleveland! #GoBrowns
— Nate Wieting (@n_wieting4424) April 26, 2020
The 250-lb, 6’4″ tight end did not catch many passes during his time as a Hawkeye, but he can be an asset as a blocker.
Defensive Undrafted Signees
Jeffery Whatley, defensive lineman out of South Alabama, signed with the Browns.
Former South Alabama DL Jeffery Whatley says on Facebook he’s headed to the Cleveland Browns as a UDFA. pic.twitter.com/km8QQfHrV9
— Creg Stephenson (@CregStephenson) April 26, 2020
George Obinna, defensive end out of Sacramento State, signed with the Browns.
More work to come pic.twitter.com/LrxmgpDYvf
— 🇳🇬𝒰𝒸𝒽ℯ (@Curious_Geeorge) April 25, 2020
Solomon Ajayi, linebacker out of Liberty, is Jay Ajayi’s brother and has signed with the Browns.
The defensive Ajayi intercepted two passes in 2018.
Then in his senior year, he had a career-high 92 tackles for Liberty.
A.J. Green, cornerback out of Oklahoma State, received $145,000 guaranteed from the Browns:
Cleveland Browns wanted Oklahoma State corner A.J. Green badly. They signed him to a free agent deal that includes $145,000 guaranteed, with $130,000 base salary guarantee and $15,000 signing bonus, according to a league source
— Aaron Wilson (@AaronWilson_NFL) April 26, 2020
Green had exactly 39 solo tackles in each of his final three collegiate years.
He also intercepted six passes during his time as an Oklahoma State Cowboy.
Green played in three bowl games, and his school went 3-1 in those postseason contests.
Jameson Houston, cornerback out of Baylor, signed with the Browns.
#Browns sign Baylor DB Jameson Houston.
— Dov Kleiman (@NFL_DovKleiman) April 25, 2020
He ranked in the top 10 in the Big 12 with eight passes defended in 2019.
Jovante Moffatt, safety out of Middle Tennessee State, signed with the Browns.
🚨 𝐁𝐑𝐄𝐀𝐊𝐈𝐍𝐆 𝐍𝐄𝐖𝐒 🚨
— Middle Tennessee FB (@MT_FB) April 25, 2020
In his 2017 season, he had an impressive 101 tackles, including 4.5 that were tackles for loss.
He then had 98 tackles two years later and 71 were of the solo variety.
The 71 solo tackles led Conference USA in his senior season.
Elijah Benton, safety also out of Liberty University, has signed with the Browns.
— A Sea of Red (@ASeaofRed) April 26, 2020
His 85 tackles in 2019 were the second-most on the Flames for the 205-lb, 6’1″ safety.
In addition, he was a part of the 8-5 Liberty squad that won the AutoNation Cure Bowl, 23-16, against Georgia Southern.