The Browns are the latest team to formally announce their undrafted free agent class. Overall, Cleveland inked 15 additional rookies to supplement their draft class, which did not include a first round pick.
- Dorian Baker, WR (Kentucky)
- David Blough, QB (Purdue)
- Stephen Carlson, TE (Princeton)
- Brian Fineanganofo, OT (Idaho State)
- Jamie Gillan, P (Arkansas Pine-Bluff)
- Darrin Hall, RB (Pittsburgh)
- J.T. Hassell, S (Florida Tech)
- D.J. Montgomery, WR (Austin Peay)
- Jarrell Owens, DE (Oklahoma State)
- Jermaine Ponder, CB (Saint Francis Pa.)
- Wyatt Ray, DE (Boston College)
- Anthony Stubbs, LB (Prairie View A&M)
- Trevon Tate, C (Memphis)
- Willie Wright, C (Tulsa)
- Dedrick Young II, LB (Nebraska)
Many analysts thought that Ray would get drafted, so he might have one of the best chances of making the team. He was productive for Boston College last season in his first year as a starter, notching 11.5 tackles for loss and nine sacks. Gillian is another interesting player in this class. Nicknamed the ‘Scottish Hammer’, he’s extremely versatile and handled both punting and kicking duties in college.
The Browns did just draft kicker Austin Seibert in the fifth round and most people project Gillian as more of a punter in the pro game. He should have the chance to battle it out with Britton Colquitt in camp. Baker didn’t see too much action because of Kentucky’s run-first offense, but he’s a big receiver who’s very strong, and he could be a decent flyer.