1. Andy Isabella, Wide Receiver, UMass
The wide receivers for the Cleveland Browns don’t have a lot of big names outside of Jarvis Landry, who they picked up in an offseason trade with the Miami Dolphins. He ended up leading the team in receptions with tight end David Njoku coming in second and running back Duke Johnson third in catches.
Antonio Callaway and Rashard Higgins followed them as the next best wide receivers after Landry. It was a breakout season for Higgins and a solid rookie performance for Callaway. The Browns shouldn’t be satisfied though as Baker Mayfield liked to spread the ball around and it would be wise to get him another big weapon to hurt defenses with.
Arguably the biggest name to watch at wideout in the Senior Bowl is going to be Andy Isabella from Massachusetts. Like Landry and Callaway, Isabella is under 6-foot tall, but he has a lot to offer at the position. He won’t win the contested jump balls, but Isabella is a precise route runner who catches absolutely everything.
He was good for 1,020 yards and 10 touchdowns as a junior and then upped his game with 102 catches for 1,698 yards and 13 touchdowns as a senior. Should he still be on the board when the Browns pick in the second round, it could be incredibly tempting to snatch him up.