The Browns selected tight end Seth DeValve in the fourth round (No. 138 overall) of the NFL Draft on Saturday.



DeValve played wide receiver at Princeton, but the Browns announced they'll list him as a tight end. 



NFLDraftScout.com Dane Brugler's ranked DeValve 47th among 50 tight ends in his draft guide.



Here are notes on the 6-foot-3, 245-pound DeValve from DraftInsider.net.



Bio: Three-year starter limited to two games last season. Career totals of 49 receptions, 527 yards and 4 TDs came during his junior season. Saw action at receiver early in his career.




Positive: Consistent hand catcher with terrific size/speed numbers. Extends his hands to make receptions away from his frame, displays solid eye/hand coordination and gets up high to win out for contested passes. Takes a big hit but holds onto the throw.




Negative: Displays marginal quickness and does not play to his 40 time.



Analysis: On paper Devalve possesses the measurables to play at the next level and flashes skill on occasion but is coming off an injury-plagued campaign. He needs to get his game back on track and quickly produce this summer to have any chance of making a practice squad.