CLEVELAND, Ohio (WOIO) - The Browns select wide receiver Donovan Peoples-Jones out of Michigan in the sixth round. Earlier Saturday, the team selected center Nick Harris out of Washington in the fifth round. The team also selected tight end Harrison Bryant out of Florida Atlantic in the fourth round.
In 2019, Peoples-Jones finished with 34 receptions on the season and finished with 438 receiving yards. He also finished with six touchdowns on the season, according to ESPN.
Harris was a two-time first team All-PAC 12 in 2018 and 2019.
In 2019, Bryant had seven touchdowns on the season. He finished with a total of 1,004 receiving yards and 65 receptions, according to Sports Reference.
The team has the following picks in Saturday’s draft:
- Round 4: 115th overall
- Round 5: 160th overall (via Indianapolis)
- Round 6: 187th overall (via Arizona)
On day two of the draft, they selected the following players: LSU safety Grant Delpit, Missouri’s defensive tackle Jordan Elliott and LSU’s linebacker Jacob Phillips. In round one on Thursday night, they drafted Jedrick Wills Jr., offensive lineman from Alabama.
Delpit had two sacks in 2019 for the LSU Tigers. In total, Delpit had 65 tackles on the season. He also forced one fumble, according to ESPN.
Elliott had 44 total tackles for Missouri during the 2019 season. He also had 2.5 sacks on the season, according to ESPN.
In 2019 as a junior, Phillips led the Tigers with 113 tackles and he was also the leading tackler in the SEC.
According to PFF Draft, Wills Jr. career at Alabama has respectable stats: 929 pass-block snaps and only one quarterback sack allowed.
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