Browns 2024 Pre-Draft Visit Tracker

Every team is allowed to host 30 NFL prospects prior to the draft. Here is an active list of players who have reportedly made a visit to Cleveland.
WKU's Malachi Corley runs in for a touchdown against UTEP on Nov. 4, 2023 at the Sun Bowl.
WKU's Malachi Corley runs in for a touchdown against UTEP on Nov. 4, 2023 at the Sun Bowl. / Alberto Silva Fernandez/ El Paso Times /
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The NFL Draft is just three weeks away and all 32 teams are putting the finishing touches on their big boards in the coming weeks. Part of the pre-draft process each and ever season includes teams hosting up to 30 prospects on visits to the team facility. It's an opportunity for teams to get some additional one-on-one time with players they may be targeting.

Those visits can often provide some insight into what direction a team is going to go when they're on the clock in a given round. For example, last year, the Browns hosted Dawand Jones, Siaki Ika and Dorian Thompson-Robinson for pre-draft visits and all three ended up in a Browns uniform. So far this year, Cleveland's visits have included a diverse list of positions as they prepare to make their first selection in the second round of the draft. In previous years,

Here's a list of prospects that have come to Berea for visits to this point.

WR Malachi Corley, Western Kentucky

Corley was reported to be visiting with the Browns by Jordan Schultz of Bleacher Report and has been mocked to the Browns by some experts when they make their first pick at 54. There's some rawness to his game, but it's all things he can develop.

QB Joe Milton, Tennessee

Schultz was also the first on Milton's visit to Cleveland. Obviously the Browns aren't in the mix for the top end QBs in what's projecting as a pretty talented QB class but similar to last year when they used a fifth-rounder on DTR, Milton could be a day three flier.

DT T’Vondre Sweat, Texas

Sweat is a massive, 362-pound space-eating defensive tackle, who is an intriguing fit for the middle of Jim Schwartz defense. He posted a picture via social media in early April from Cleveland while making his visit with the team. Sweat was a realistic option for the Browns at 54 but after being arrested Sunday for a DWI, with a blood alcohol level of 0.105 his draft stock could be in flux.

DT Michael Hall Jr., Ohio State

Hall shared at his Pro Day that he was set to meet with the Browns. DT is projected as a day two guy, which could put him squarely on the Browns radar at 54.

OT Kingsley Suamataia, CYU

Suamataia posted a picture from the Browns facility indicating he was one of their 30 visits.

OT Kiran Amegadjie, Yale

Amegadjie told the Draft Network back in March that he had a visit scheduled with the Browns for April. The Yale product is expected to fall somewhere in the second or third round by many experts.

OG Javion Cohen, Miami

Back in mid-March Cohen was reported to have a visit scheduled with Cleveland. Cohen is an Alabama transfer who is slated as a Day 3 pick.

WR Lideatrick "Tulu" Griffin, Texas A&M

Griffin told the Draft Network that he was slated to meet with the Browns. The speedy wideout ran a 4.43 forth at the Combine and is slated by most as a Day 3 pick.

WR Troy Franklin, Oregon

Franklin posted a picture via his Instagram indicating he was in Cleveland for a visit but it has not been officially verified. Franklin is another speedy wideout in this draft, having run a 4.41 forty and is potential option for the Browns at 54.

DT McKinnley Jackson, Texas A&M

McKinnley's visit with the Browns was reported early last week. The sub-300 pounder is likely a day three pick if Cleveland is looking to find some defensive tackle death in the later rounds.

QB Michael Pratt, Tulane

Another QB made a visit to Berea late last week. Pratt had an efficient 2023 campaign for the Green Wave, throwing for 3,010 yards, 27 touchdowns and just five interceptions, sparking rumors that he may look for a new school via the transfer portal. In a loaded QB class, Pratt will be a mid-to-late round flier for some team. Perhaps even Cleveland.

RB Trey Benson, Florida State

Benson is considered one of the top running backs in the draft this year after putting up nearly 1,000 yards and nine touchdowns in 2023. NFL insider Aaron Wilson was the first to report on his visit with Cleveland. He's considered a late day two, early day three talent.

TE Ja'Tavion Sanders, Texas

The Browns could look to the draft for a backup tight end after losing 2020 pick Harrison Bryant in free agency. Sanders is reportedly set to meet with the franchise and could be in play for Cleveland at 54.

TE Erick All, Iowa

Iowa is known for producing great tight ends and their next product with NFL hopes is All, who visited the Browns the first week of April. All is projected as a likely Day 3 guy.

S Jaden Hicks, Washington State

Hicks is considered one of the top safeties in the draft and a likely day two pick. The speedy DB, who posted a 4.47 40-yard dash at the Combine was reported to have made a visit to Cleveland by the NFL Network.

CB Decamerion Richardson, Mississippi State

Andrew Berry has had a propensity for taking cornerbacks in the draft and Richard could be next in line. He's slotted as a day three guy.

WR Ladd McConkey, Georgia

Another wide receiver who made a visit to Berea recently. McConkey has drawn more attention throughout the pre-draft process to the point where he's considered a fringe first round pick. If he makes it into day two, the Browns may have a shot to grab him if they want to prioritize wide receiver with their first selection.

This article will be updated as more visits become known ahead of the April 17 deadline.

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Spencer German


Spencer German is a contributor to the Northeast Ohio cluster of sites, including Cavs Insider, Cleveland Baseball Insider and most notably Browns Digest. He also works as a fill-in host on Cleveland Sports Radio, 92.3 The Fan, one of the Browns radio affiliate stations in Cleveland. Despite being a Cleveland transplant, Spencer has enjoyed making Northeast Ohio home ever since he attended college locally at John Carroll University, where he graduated in 2013.