The Browns selected Arizona linebacker Scooby Wright in the seventh round (No. 250 overall) of the NFL Draft on Saturday.



He was the team's last pick in this draft.



The 5-foot-11 3/4, 239-pound Wright started all 14 games in 2014 and compiled 163 tackles, including 29 for loss and 14 sacks, to go along with six forced fumbles. He earned unanimous All-American honors.



But injuries limited him to only three games last season as a junior.



NFLDraftScout.com analyst Dane Brugler gave Wright a third- or fourth-round grade. Analyst Nolan Nawrocki projected him as a fourth- or fifth-round pick.



Here are notes on Wright from Brugler's draft guide:



BACKGROUND: A two-star linebacker recruit, Philip “Scooby” Wright attracted moderate attention from Pac-12 programs out of high school, but received only one FBS offer, committing to Arizona – with his father and grandfather also having the name Philip, his father gave him the nickname “Scooby” after the Scooby Doo cartoon. He earned the starting strongside linebacker job as a true freshman (12 starts), recording 83 tackles, 9.5 tackles for loss and one interception to earn All-Pac 12 Honorable Mention and Freshman All-America honors. Wright had a tremendous sophomore season in 2014 (14 starts) and ranked top-five among FBS players in total tackles (163), tackles for loss (29.0), sacks (14.0) and forced fumbles (six) to earn unanimous All-American honors. He took home a number of awards, including the Pat Tillman Pac-12 Defensive Player of the Year, Rotary Lombardi, Chuck Bednarik and Bronko Nagursky Trophy. Wright battled several injuries as a junior in 2015, playing in only three games and finishing with 23 tackles, 3.5 tackles for loss and 2.0 sacks. He decided to skip his senior season and enter the 2016 NFL Draft.



STRENGTHS: Muscle-bound upper body and keeps himself well-conditioned…above average instincts and trusts his vision – eyes are trained on the ball at all times…consistently beats the ballcarrier or blocker to the spot due to his diagnose skills, putting himself in position to make plays…anticipates well with the balance and chase speed to get a head start…physical take-on skills with active hands, point-of-attack power and ferocious playing temperament, working off blocks…aware and aggressive, competing full-go all four quarters until the echo of the whistle…violent tackler, loading up and striking through his target…high pain tolerance, playing on heart and grit…wired the right way with an insatiable work ethic to push himself to the peak – role model teammate on and off the field…plays with a chip and motivated by doubters – Twitter username is @TwoStarScoob…athletic bloodlines – father (Philip) played college football at Santa Rosa Junior College and Long Beach State (now the head coach of the Santa Rosa Junior College softball team)…elite production with a dominant sophomore year, arguably the most impressive season for a linebacker in college football history – highly decorated on the award circuit.



WEAKNESSES: Needs to strengthen his lower body and lacks ideal length for the position…one-speed player and even though he is quick to find the ball, he doesn’t always have the burst or play speed to make a play…overaggressive angles and needs to better control his momentum and break down on the move…slips off too many tackle attempts and doesn’t use consistent technique…doesn’t play with any bend…hyper-focused on the ball, but needs to expand his vision to recognize blocks in his peripherals…over-runs plays and ends up stuck in the muck, struggling to recover…stiff hips and footwork, laboring to open his stance and stick with receivers vertically – not a playmaker when the ball is in the air…action was often funneled to him in the Wildcats’ scheme, inflating his production…medicals need cleared, following multiple injuries his junior season – missed two games following a lateral meniscus tear in his left knee that required surgery (Sept. 2015) and eight games due to a right foot sprain (Sept. 2015).



SUMMARY: A three-year starter in Arizona’s 3-3-5 scheme, Wright started at strongside as a true freshman and moved to the middle the last two seasons. His 2014 season will go down as one of the best in college football history for a linebacker, becoming just the sixth unanimous All-American in school history, but 2015 was basically a lost year for him, missing 10 games due to a knee and foot issue. Wright has the instincts and competitive temperament worthy of the first round, but he is a tightly-wound athlete and his production is based more on effort than skill. He is one of the tougher evaluations in this draft class because the athletic traits are below average and he tends to play out of control, but the production is elite and his instincts help him overcome his flaws. Although it will be tough to mask his deficiencies in the NFL, especially in space, Wright is a classic overachiever in the Zack Thomas mold, projecting as a two-down thumper.