LSU pro day shows off several potential Browns draft prospects

Jeff Risdon
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The collegiate workout circuit landed in Louisiana for LSU’s pro day on Wednesday. The Browns were represented at the Tigers workout, as were all 31 other NFL teams too. And they got treated to quite a performance from one of the NFL’s most consistent feeder programs of top-end talent.

Wide receiver Ja’Marr Chase was the featured performer. He’ll be long gone before the Browns sniff the 2021 NFL draft with their first pick at No. 26. Chase’s elite testing could have him as the first non-QB selected in the entire draft, perhaps reuniting with Joe Burrow in Cincinnati with the No. 5 overall pick. But there were others who stood out for the Bayou Bengals.

Wideout Terrace Marshall Jr. also tested quite well. If the Browns are interested in a wide receiver at No. 26, he figures to be in the mix.

Others of note include:

  • CB Kary Vincent Jr.

  • LB Jabril Cox (who didn’t work out due to injury)

  • WR Racey McMath

  • S JaCoby Stevens

  • NT Tyler Shelvin

The Browns, of course, are heavily steeped in LSU talent already. Odell Beckham Jr., Jarvis Landry, Jacob Phillips, Greedy Williams and Grant Delpit are already in Cleveland. That gives the team more insider knowledge and perspective on the prospects flowing out of Baton Rouge.

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