Last week, Bleacher Report took the time to grade all 32 teams’ undrafted free agent classes for the 2018 season. There were 9 teams that received a perfect “A” grade, including the Cleveland Browns. Three names were specifically called out as players to watch from Cleveland’s crop: WR Evan Berry, OL Desmond Harrison, and DL Trenton Thompson.
In short, Berry gets recognition because of his brother and kick return ability, Harrison could be a dark horse candidate to contend for the team’s starting left tackle spot, and Thompson could make up for his undersized frame with an interior pass rush:

The Browns signed Evan Berry, one of Kansas City Chiefs safety Eric Berry’s twin brothers. He’s listed as a wide receiver but has the best shot at making the roster on special teams. The Tennessee product scored four touchdowns (all on kickoffs) and averaged 34.


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