Oklahoma quarterback Baker Mayfield is among the draft prospects hosted Tuesday by the Browns.
Mayfield, a four-year starter who overcame walk-on status twice throughout a career that began at Texas Tech and ended at Oklahoma, is the first of a number of the draft's top-ranked signal-callers set to visit the Browns. Browns coach Hue Jackson said last week the team anticipates to also host USC's Sam Darnold, Wyoming's Josh Allen, UCLA's Josh Rosen and a number of other top prospects leading up to the draft.
Over four seasons, Mayfield threw for 14,607 yards, 131 touchdowns and just 30 interceptions. He led the Sooners to two appearances in the College Football Playoff and finished his three-year stint at Oklahoma with a 33-6 record.
NFL teams are permitted to host as many as 30 prospects during the pre-draft process.