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2020 NFL Draft

Numbers to Know: One significant stat for each member of Browns draft class

One week ago, speculation was swirling about what the Browns would do with the first pick in the NFL Draft's second round.

Though many believed the Browns would trade it, they didn't, as they stuck firm and took Oklahoma State pass rusher Emmanuel Ogbah. A few more trades followed, however, and Cleveland wound up with its largest haul of picks (14) since 1979.

In this week's Numbers to Know, we're digging deep to find a meaningful digit for each of these players.

20 - Baylor wide receiver Corey Coleman's number of catches for more than 30 yards as a junior -- a total that led the NCAA. He also led the way with 11 catches of 40 or more yards.

4.63/35.5 - 40-yard dash time and vertical leap measurement for Oklahoma State defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah. Both of the measurements ranked second among defensive linemen at the NFL Combine.

6 - Fumbles forced by Penn State defensive end Carl Nassib, who also set a school record with 15.5 sacks in 2015.

32 - Games played by Auburn offensive lineman Shon Coleman after he was diagnosed in 2010 with leukemia, a disease he beat in resounding fashion.

6 - Number of interceptions USC quarterback Cody Kessler threw in the final 18 games of his college career.

0 - Number of FBS scholarship offers Wisconsin linebacker Joe Schobert received coming out of West High School in Waukesha, Wisconsin. He walked on with the Badgers and eventually earned a scholarship.

576 - Career rushing yards for Auburn wide receiver Ricardo Louis, who was used frequently on end-arounds and other gadget plays throughout his college career.

13 - Number of games TCU safety Derrick Kindred started while nursing a broken collarbone during his senior season.

121.5 - Receiving yards per game averaged by Princeton's Seth DeValve during a junior season that was cut short after just two games because of an injury.

29 - Consecutive games in which UCLA wide receiver Jordan Payton caught at least one pass to close his college career.

53 - Number of knockdowns Baylor offensive lineman Spencer Drango racked up during an All-American senior season.

1 - Games Colorado State wide receiver Rashard Higgins did not start during his highly productive three-year college career.

323 - Kickoff return yards amassed by Louisiana-Monroe's Trey Caldwell as a senior, as the defensive back showed his value went beyond what he did on defense.

5 - Number of times Arizona linebacker Scooby Wright III racked up 14 or more tackles in a single game during his three-year college career.

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