Originally published April 29; updated April 30

Browns coach Pat Shurmur said the organization plans to sign about 15 undrafted free agents.

“There’s a whole list of guys that we had draftable grades on that we’re trying to convince to come as free agents,” Shurmur said Saturday night. “So that’s kind of the process, but all 32 teams are doing it. It’s a mad scramble. It’s not the most organized event in the NFL calendar right now as you might expect.”

The Browns won’t announce the names of the players until all of them sign, and that might not happen until they report for rookie minicamp, which is scheduled to begin May 11.

However, several of them have already been identified in reports. Here is an unofficial list of undrafted free agents who have reportedly agreed to sign with the Browns:

Northern Iowa linebacker L.J. Fort (school announced)

Akron offensive lineman Jake Anderson (player confirmed for the Beacon Journal)

Oklahoma State wide receiver Josh Cooper (player confirmed for the Beacon Journal)

Stanford cornerback Johnson Bademosi (league source confirmed for the Beacon Journal)

James Madison cornerback Mike Allen (league source confirmed for the Beacon Journal)

East Carolina cornerback Emanuel Davis (league source confirmed for Beacon Journal)

Missouri State wide receiver Jermaine Saffold (school announced via Twitter)

Ohio State offensive tackle J.B. Shugarts (Columbus Dispatch reported)

Ohio State linebacker Andrew Sweat (Columbus Dispatch reported)

Idaho offensive tackle Matt Cleveland (Scout.com reported)

Pittsburgh cornerback Antwuan Reed (league source confirmed for the Beacon Journal)

Florida defensive end William Green (school announced via Twitter)

Wyoming safety Tashaun Gipson (Scout.com reported)

Arizona State guard Garth Gerhart (Scout.com reported)

Florida State wide receiver Bert Reed (school announced via Twitter)