University of Oklahoma wide receiver Kenny Stills has an official pre-draft visit set with the Browns, a league source told the Beacon Journal today.
NFL teams are allowed to host as many as 30 national prospects at their facilities until one week before the draft, which runs April 25-27. The source did not specify when Stills will visit the Browns.
The 6-foot, 194-pound Stills had 82 catches for 959 yards and 11 touchdowns as a junior last season. In 2011, he compiled 61 catches for 849 yards and eight touchdowns, missing one game with a concussion and another after being charged with driving under the influence. In 2010, he tallied 61 catches for 786 yards and five touchdowns.
Last month at the NFL Scouting Combine, Stills tied for fourth among wide receivers in the 40-yard dash, posting a time of 4.38 seconds. Pro Football Weekly projects Stills as a slot receiver at the next level, and NFLDraftScout.com projects him as a fourth-round selection.
The Browns could use a receiver to complement Josh Gordon and Greg Little. They have yet to add to the position this offseason.
Stills, Oregon outside linebacker/defensive end Dion Jordan and Arizona quarterback Matt Scott are among the prospects the Browns will host for pre-draft visits, sources said.
In other draft related news, the Browns held a private workout today with Arkansas State safety Don Jones, Aaron Wilson of the Baltimore Sun and Scout.com reported. They also took UCLA defensive lineman Datone Jones to dinner earlier this month, Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net reported.