Orion Posted February 11, 2021 Report Share Posted February 11, 2021 What say we take a look at the Browns 2020 rookies...the COVID Class... Elijah Benton 48 S 6-1 205 24 R Liberty Ja'Marcus Bradley 84 WR 6-0 198 24 R Louisiana-Lafayette Harrison Bryant 88 TE 6-5 243 22 R Florida Atlantic Grant Delpit 22 S 6-2 213 22 R LSU Jordan Elliott 90 DT 6-4 302 23 R Missouri A.J. Green 38 CB 6-2 198 22 R Oklahoma State Nick Harris 53 C 6-1 302 22 R Washington Cordel Iwuagwu 67 OG 6-3 313 24 R TCU Kyle Markway 86 TE 6-4 247 23 R South Carolina Jovante Moffatt 35 S 5-11 213 24 R Middle Tennessee State George Obinna 60 DE 6-2 245 24 R Sacramento State Donovan Peoples-Jones 11 WR 6-221 221 R Michigan Jacob Phillips 50 LB 6-3 229 21 R LSU Alex Taylor 60 T 6-8 301 23 R South Carolina State Curtis Weaver 61 DE 6-2 265 22 R Boise State Jedrick Wills Jr. 71 T 6-4 312 21 R Alabama Bradley, #84 WR, He had to play against the Jets. I thought he did a pretty good job. He almost made a really great leaping & spinning catch (close to the goal line as I recall). He actually caught the pass but the ball was jarred loose. He looked pretty smooth. He wasn't great by any stretch, but he was put in a pretty difficult spot. Bryant TE, How many times did he fumble the ball away? Was it just twice? He had 24 receptions but I wasn't overly impressed by the Mackie award winner. But hey, he was a COVID year rookie. We'll see next season. Grant Delpit S, He stunk. Or was he great? Since he plays defense and we never heard his name called...(he & Greedy being out all year really hurt our D) Jordan Elliot DT, He played some. Made 15 total tackles. Didn't seem to stand out. Nick Harris C, We saw some of him. He did a pretty good job subbing for Tretter but he got manhandled subbing at guard. Moffatt S, He assisted on a tackle. Peoples-Jones WR, I think we got about what I expected out of him. 14 receptions. He's a work in progress but showed some potential. 21.7 yards/reception. Jacob Philips LB, Finished with 25 tackles, 15 solo. I liked what I saw from him. He improved as the season went on. But he was injured a lot. Jedrick Wills LT, I was concerned with him moving from RT to LT in a season with no offseason, no way for him to learn the game before going live...but he proved there was no need for concern. He wasn't as good or as durable in his first year as his predecessor...but who would've been? He Done Good. ......any thoughts? 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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