Fourteen prospects from the Cleveland area worked out Friday at the Browns’ training facility in front of members of the coaching staff and front office, according to the team’s website.
University of Cincinnati tight end Travis Kelce, a Cleveland Heights High School graduate, headlined the list. NFLDraftScout.com projects Kelce, the younger brother of Philadelphia Eagles center Jason Kelce, as a third-round pick.
NFLDraftScout.com projects two others on the list to be drafted – Hawaii cornerback and Glenville High School graduate Mike Edwards (sixth or seventh round) and Toledo linebacker and Parma Padua product Daniel Molls (seventh round).
Here is the rest of the list: tight end Cordale Scott (Glenville/Toledo); defensive backs Jamel Johnson (Glenville/Louisiana Tech) and Ashante Williams (Mayfield/Illinois); defensive end Justin Staples (Lakewood St. Edward/Illinois); defensive tackle Steve Bigach (Cleveland St. Ignatius/Iowa); inside linebacker Steve Greer (Solon/Virginia); center Matthew Mihalik (Gilmour Academy/Virginia); kickers Matt Weller (Twinsburg/Ohio) and Kevin Harper (Mentor/Pittsburgh); running back Jamaine Cooke (Midpark/Youngstown State); and wide receiver Perez Ashford (Shaker Heights/Northern Illinois).