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The 15 numbers that matter with the Browns' 2020 draft class

There's been plenty written about the Browns' seven draft picks during their first week on the roster.

Now, we're taking a numerical approach to their introduction to Browns fans.

Here are the 15 numbers that matter most when it comes to the team's seven newest players.

1 - Sacks allowed by first-round pick OT Jedrick Wills Jr. in three seasons at Alabama. He did that over a body of 929 pass-blocking snaps.

2 - Sacks allowed by fifth-round pick C Nick Harris over his final two seasons at Washington. He did that over a body of 837 pass-block snaps.

9 - After a breakout sophomore season in 2018, second-round S Grant Delpit became the ninth player in LSU history to be named an unanimous first-team All-American. He was the first since Morris Claiborne in 2011.


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92.8 - Third-round DT Jordan Elliott's grade from Pro Football Focus for the 2019 season, the highest of any interior defender in the 2020 draft class.

3 - Missed tackles by third-round LB Jacob Phillips during his final season at LSU. He led the team with 113 stops in 2019.

42 - Career starts for Harris, who played as a guard during his first two seasons before transitioning to center.

215 - Fourth-round TE Harrison Bryant's weight when he enrolled at Florida Atlantic. Originally recruited as a defensive end to Samford, Bryant is now 243 pounds after four seasons with the Owls.

30 - Pounds lost by Elliott heading into his final season at Missouri. Now at 302 pounds, Elliott said he cut out red meat and chicken from his diet.

44.5 - Vertical leap (inches) for sixth-round WR Donovan Peoples-Jones, the best of anyone at the 2020 NFL Combine.

7 - The number worn by Delpit during his final season with the Tigers. LSU holds the number in high regard, as it's been worn by players such as Leonard Fournette, Tyrann Mathieu and D.J. Chark.

3 - Players who were five-star recruits coming out of high school (Wills, Phillips and Peoples-Jones).

0 - Players who redshirted their freshman season.

39 - Fewest receiving yards Bryant had in a single game during a senior season in which he finished with 1,004, the most among all college tight ends.

8.25 - Yards per punt return averaged throughout Peoples-Jones' career at Michigan. He had big returns in all three seasons, including a 79-yarder and a 60-yarder for touchdowns.

2008 - That's the last time before 2020 that Cleveland went an entire draft without selecting a cornerback.

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