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Browns sign 12 Undrafted Free Agents

The group of undrafted free agents is comprised of six offensive players and six defensive players


The Cleveland Browns have signed 12 undrafted free agents.

The group of undrafted free agents is comprised of six offensive players and six defensive players. The positions include pairs offensive linemen and defensive linemen, as well as three defensive backs and wide receivers. The team also signed a linebacker and tight end. Rookie minicamp will run from tomorrow, Friday, May 13 through Sunday, May 15.

S D'Anthony Bell, West Florida – Transferred to West Florida in January 2019 after a season at Butler Community College…Prior to Butler Community College, spent a year at Albany State…Won a National Championship with West Florida in 2019…Had two interceptions and four pass breakups to go along with 54 tackles and two forced fumbles in his senior season…Native of Covington, Ga. and prepped at Alcovy High School.

CB Junior Faulk, Delta State – Appeared in 21 games for Delta State and tallied 68 total tackles, five TFLs, 10 interceptions, 29 pass breakups and two forced fumbles and fumble recoveries…Transferred to Delta State after spending two seasons at Southwest Mississippi Community College…Part of the Statesmen defense that led the Gulf South Conference in total defense (309.2 ypg.), rush defense (122.0 ypg.) and sacks per game (2.70) in 2019…Led the Gulf South Conference and NCAA Division II with a career high nine interceptions in 2019…Full name is Julius "Junior" Faulk…Born in Tylertown, Miss. and prepped at Salem High School, lettering in basketball and football.

WR Mike Harley Jr., Miami – Finished his career as the Hurricanes' record holder for career receptions (182) and single-game catches (13)…His 182 career catches surpassed Reggie Wayne for his career catches mark…Added 2,158 receiving yards and 15 touchdowns for his career…Started 32 of 60 games played for Miami…Ended the 2021 season as the team's second-leading receiver in every category with 57 catches for 543 yards and five touchdowns… Named to All-ACC Third Team in 2020 after setting career highs in every receiving category, including 57 receptions for 799 yards and seven scores…Native of Fort Lauderdale, Fla. and attended St. Thomas Aquinas High School.

WR Travell Harris, Washington State – Totaled 179 catches for 1,999 yards and 17 receiving touchdowns in 43 games at Washington State University…Returned 86 kickoffs for 2,063 yards and a touchdown, as well as 21 punts for 158 yards…Primarily handled both return duties during much of his career…Tallied 76 catches for 814 yards and nine touchdowns as a redshirt senior in 2021, which ranked him third in the PAC-12 in both catches and yards and second in touchdowns…Named to the All-PAC-12 second team in 2021 and garnered PAC-12 honorable mention accolades three times, twice as a kick returner and once as a receiver… Attended Jesuit High School in Tampa, Fla…Lettered four years in track and football.

C Brock Hoffman, Virginia Tech – Played in 35 career games with 34 starts…Earned multiple honors his senior year, including a 2022 East-West Shrine Bowl Invite and an All-ACC Honorable mention…Started all 11 games at center for Virginia Tech in 2020…Helped the Hokies lead the ACC in rushing with 240.1 ypg…Earned All-ACC Academic Team honors...Selected as ACC Offensive Lineman of the Week twice in 2020…Began his collegiate career at Coastal Carolina, starting all 12 games at right guard and was part of an offensive unit that ranked fourth in total offense in the Sun Belt …Became the first true freshman to start at center in program history (since 2003)… Hails from Statesville, N.C.

CB Shaun Jolly, Appalachian State – Finished his collegiate career with 45 games played (34 starts)…Started at cornerback for three seasons, totaling six interceptions (two returned for touchdowns), 25 pass defenses, 112 tackles, 6.5 TFLs and two forced fumbles…Received first-team honors in the from the Sun Belt conference 2019-21…Tied for the Sun Belt lead with five interceptions in 2019…Tied for first place in the nation with two picks returned for touchdowns in 2019…Returned interceptions for touchdowns against Coastal Carolina (24 yards) and Georgia State (30 yards)…Native of Stone Mountain, Ga. and attended Stephenson High School…Father played football at Middle Tennessee, while his brother ran track at Georgia and sister played soccer at Alabama.

LB Silas Kelly, Coastal Carolina – Concluded his career at Coastal Carolina with 44 starts in 49 games played…Notched 340 total tackles, 10 sacks, two interceptions, eight passes defensed, two forced fumbles and two recovered fumbles in his career…Two-time co-captain and the 2020 Mayo Clinic Comeback Player of the Year…Four-time All-Sun Belt selection, earning first-team honors in 2021, second-team accolades in 2020 and honorable mention recognition in 2017 and 2018. Led Coastal Carolina with 80 tackles and added 6.5 TFLs, five sacks, an interception and a fumble recovery in 2021…A member of the President's List (4.0 GPA) for the 2019 and 2020 fall semesters and 2019 spring semester…Native of Mount Airy, Md. and attended South Carroll Senior High School.

DT Glen Logan, Louisiana State – Played in 51 career games with 37 starts, posting 110 tackles and seven sacks…Played in six games as a super senior in 2021 after missing the first six games of the season with a foot injury…Started all eight games in which he appeared in 2020 and recorded 17 tackles…As a junior in 2019, was a key contributor on the defensive front, playing in 12 games and making 20 tackles and 1.5 sacks, including a half-sack in LSU's win over Clemson in the national championship game…Played in 13 games with 10 starts in his sophomore year in 2018 and recorded his highest tally for a single season with 46 tackles…As a redshirt freshman in 2017, he played in 12 games with two starts…Redshirted as a true freshman in 2016…Native of Kenner, La.

TE Zaire Mitchell-Paden, Florida Atlantic – Spent the first part of his college career at Division II Notre Dame College, prior to playing at Florida Atlantic in 2021 as a graduate student…Played in 12 games at Florida Atlantic, catching nine passes for 85 yards and a touchdown…At Notre Dame College, caught 90 passes for 1,206 yards in four seasons… His best year was his junior season, hauling in 53 passes for 573 yards and six touchdowns…Member of the MEC Commissioner's Honor Roll in 2019…Attended Richard Montgomery High School in Rockville, Md., where he also played basketball and ran track.

DT Roderick Perry II, Illinois – Started all 50 career games he appeared in…Notched 26 tackles, two sacks and one pass breakup in his senior year…Went to Illinois as a graduate transfer in 2020 and received All-Big Ten honorable mention…As a redshirt junior at South Carolina State in 2019, posted 34 tackles and 4.5 sacks…In 2018, posted 17 tackles and a sack…Made 16 tackles as a redshirt freshman in 2017…Hails from Raleigh N.C.

T Ben Petrula, Boston College – Started all 60 games he appeared in across multiple positions on the offensive line…Named All-ACC Third Team after starting all 12 games as a super senior…Earned All-ACC Second-Team honors and helped lead Boston College to 1,119 rushing yards…Earned All-ACC Second-Team honors in 2019…His sophomore year in 2018, he saw the field in 12 games and earned an All-ACC Honorable Mention…Was an ESPN Freshman All-America selection at center in 2017…Native of Freehold, N.J….Went to St. Peter's Prep.

WR Isaiah Weston, Northern Iowa – Caught 37 passes for 883 yards and five touchdowns last season, including five catches for 181 yards against North Dakota State…Earned Phil Steele FCS all-MVFC Second Team Offense and special teams honors…Named to MVFC All-Conference Second Team Offense, also earning all-purpose honors…Invited to play in two postseason senior bowl games, including the Hula Bowl and the NFLPA Bowl…In 2019, he caught 43 passes for 1,053 yards and 10 touchdowns on his way to being named a second-team All-American…As a redshirt freshman, he caught 22 passes for 380 yards and 5 scores before missing the 2018 season due to a knee injury… Attended St. Michael-Albertville High School in Albertville, Minn., where he also played basketball and ran track.