As the Browns begin their rookie minicamp, they signed 13 undrafted free agents. Here’s the full rundown:
- Evan Berry, WR (Tennessee)
- Elijah Campbell, DB (Northern Iowa)
- Michael Carrizosa, P (San Jose State)
- Christian Dilauro, OL (Illinois)
- Daniel Ekuale, DL (Washington State)
- Micah Hannemann, DB (BYU)
- Desmond Harrison, OL (West Georgia)
- Dontrell Hilliard, RB (Tulane)
- Fred Lauina, OL (Oregon State)
- Montrel Meander, DB (Grambling State)
- Da’Mari Scott, WR (Fresno State)
- Trenton Thompson, DL (Georgia)
- Derrick Willies, WR (Texas Tech)
Berry is the younger brother of All-Pro Chiefs safety Eric Berry, the No. 5 overall pick in 2010 out of Tennessee. Evan Berry holds the Volunteers’ record for most kickoff-return touchdowns in school history with four. The Browns used just one of their eight draft choices on offensive linemen, so it probably shouldn’t be surprising three of them are on board as UDFAs.
Carrizosa finished in the top five in Division I-FBS punting twice with the Spartans (2015, 2017). Cleveland has punter Britton Colquitt signed through the 2020 season, but it would only cost the team $1.3MM in dead money to release him. Colquitt had a deal in place with the Broncos in 2016 before the franchise cut him for then-rookie seventh-rounder Riley Dixon.