TRAVIS BENJAMIN

Wide receiver, Miami

5-9, 172 pounds

Fourth round, No. 100

The Browns finally addressed the wide receiver position with their first pick in the fourth round, and added some serious speed in the process. Benjamin is about as fast as they come, evidenced by his 4.33 40-yard dash (he says his fastest time was 4.26, timed in the summer before his junior year). Benjamin was a four-year starter at Miami as a receiver and a kick returner and finished third in school history with 3,874 all-purpose yards. Last season, he caught 41 passes for 609 yards and three touchdowns and averaged 23.7 yards per return last season. As of now, he’s thought of more as a straight-line speedster than a polished route runner who can go over the middle.

JAMES-MICHAEL JOHNSON

Linebacker, Nevada

6-0, 241 pounds

Fourth round, No. 120

Johnson, a four-year contributor who started 43 consecutive games, has experience at both strongside and middle linebacker (23 and 27 starts, respectively). Johnson played on the outside through his sophomore season before moving to the middle for his junior and senior seasons. He earned Second Team All-Western Athletic Conference honors in 2010 and then had his best year in 2011 with 100 tackles (5.5 for a loss), 1.5 sacks, one forced fumble and an interception. Johnson is a versatile, high-energy athlete who was called one of the fastest linebackers in the draft by ESPN analyst Mel Kiper Jr. He also played on several special-teams units at Nevada and could fill a similar role in Cleveland early on.

RYAN MILLER

Guard, Colorado

6-7, 321 pounds

Fifth round, No. 160

Miller is another versatile player — he notched a school record 48 career starts, 16 at right tackle and 32 at guard — and could end up either inside or outside along the offensive line. Miller gained some fame during his sophomore season after he went toe-to-toe with current Lions defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh (second overall draft selection in 2010) and held his own. He received a medical redshirt in 2008 after a broken fibula ended his season but started 37 games over the past three years and earned an All-Big 12 Honorable Mention in 2010. Miller says he tries to play “nasty” and “vicious,” a mentality he says came about from his high school playing days (he went to Columbine), when his team ran the ball on every play.

EMMANUEL ACHO

Linebacker, Texas

6-1, 238 pounds

Sixth round, No. 204

The Browns used the first of back-to-back picks in the sixth round on Emmanuel Acho, an instinctive linebacker whose parents happen to be medical professionals from Nigeria. Acho became a full-time starter in 2010 and earned Second Team All-Big 12 honors. As a senior, he led the Longhorns with 110 tackles, had 14.5 tackles for a loss, three sacks and a forced fumble and was named to the All-Big 12 First Team. Acho is another linebacker capable of playing multiple spots, with experience at both weakside and middle linebacker. His older brother, Sam Acho, plays for the Arizona Cardinals.

BILLY WINN

Defensive tackle/end, Boise State

6-3, 294 pounds

Sixth round, No. 205

Winn was productive at Boise State for three seasons but never over-whelmed like some thought he could after he earned Second Team All-WAC honors his sophomore season. Lining up at different spots along the line, he was again named to the Second Team in both his junior and senior seasons. Entering the draft, many (like NFLDraftScout.com and CBS Sports) graded Winn as a third-round prospect, but questioned his effort in several cases. He averaged 35.3 tackles, 10 tackles for loss and 4.5 sacks a season over the last three years. In high school, Winn won the Vegas Open Weightlifting Competition with a power clean of 335 pounds.

TREVIN WADE

Cornerback, Arizona

5-10, 192 pounds

Seventh round, No. 245

Wade spent most of his time at Arizona in nickel and dime packages working against slot receivers and blitzing in some spots. He’ll most likely take on a similar role for the Browns. He had his best season as a sophomore with 71 tackles and five interceptions (including one he returned for a touchdown), garnering First Team All-Pacific 10 honors. He was named to the All-Pacific 12 Second Team last year with 52 tackles, 13 passes broken up and two interceptions. Wade has above average ball skills and quick feet (he raised some eye brows with a 4.04 short shuttle).

BRAD SMELLEY

Fullback/tight end, Alabama

6-1, 233 pounds

Seventh round, No. 247

The Browns began and ended the 2012 draft in the Alabama backfield. A two-star quarterback recruit in high school, Smelley bounced around before finally finding a starting spot in 2011 as a bit of a hybrid fullback-tight end. He caught 34 passes for 356 yards and four touchdowns as a senior and played a key role in Alabama’s 21-0 BCS National Championship win over LSU with seven catches. Smelley isn’t a great athlete and has “overachiever” attached to his name by several draft experts but was productive both blocking for Trent Richardson and swinging out for passes out of the backfield.

— Ryan Lewis