Below is a list of prospects who reportedly had official pre-draft visits and/or private workouts with the Browns. Each team is allowed to host 30 national prospects for visits until a week before the draft, which runs Thursday-Saturday. There is no limit on private workouts.

The list does not include meetings at the NFL Scouting Combine, pro days or elsewhere, just visits to team headquarters and private workouts.

The projections are from NFLDraftScout.com.

Visit and workout

First round — Washington nose tackle Danny Shelton. First or second round — Florida offensive tackle D.J. Humphries. Not ranked — Northwestern quarterback Trevor Siemian.

Visit

First round — Florida State center Cameron Erving, Alabama wide receiver Amari Cooper, Georgia running back Todd Gurley, Wisconsin running back Melvin Gordon, Louisville wide receiver DeVante Parker and Miami offensive tackle Ereck Flowers. First or second round — Florida State defensive tackle Eddie Goldman and Arizona State safety Damarious Randall. Second round — Arizona State wide receiver Jaelen Strong, Louisiana State edge rusher Danielle Hunter, Mississippi State inside linebacker Benardrick McKinney, Miami (Ohio) cornerback Quinten Rollins and Penn State offensive tackle Donovan Smith. Second or third round — Hobart offensive lineman Ali Marpet. Third or fourth round — South Carolina running back Mike Davis. Sixth or seventh round — Louisville outside linebacker Deiontrez Mount. Seventh round — Texas cornerback Quandre Diggs. Seventh round or priority free agent — Rice cornerback Bryce Callahan, Texas A&M Commerce wide receiver Ricky Collins and Rutgers fullback Mike Burton. Not ranked — Washington edge rusher Andrew Hudson and Indiana wide receiver Shane Wynn.

Workout

First or second round — Utah cornerback Eric Rowe. Second round — Washington outside linebacker Shaq Thompson and Clemson defensive tackle Grady Jarrett. Second or third round — Washington State defensive tackle Xavier Cooper. Third round — Colorado State quarterback Garrett Grayson. Fourth round — Northwestern safety Ibraheim Campbell. Seventh round or priority free agent — Utah safety Brian Blechen. Not ranked — Akron wide receiver Zach D’Orazio, South Florida kicker Marvin Kloss and Clemson defensive tackle DeShawn Williams.

— Nate Ulrich