Already boasting one of the best wide receiver corps in the NFL, the Cleveland Browns are still kicking the tires on Andy Isabella who was part of their local pro day
While teams are allotted 30 annual pre-draft visits, they can take advantage of their region by hosting an additional local pro day. This event allows them to to get an up-close look at players who either played college or grew up in the area. For the Cleveland Browns, this led to them hosting 36 prospects with wide receiver Andy Isabella highlighting the group.
The entire list can be found courtesy of Jeff Risdon from USA Today’s Browns Wire. Other big prospects included guard Michael Jordan and defensive tackle Dre’Mont Jones from Ohio State, tight end C.J. Conrad from Kentucky, and defensive end John Cominsky from Charleston (West Virginia).
Isabella, who was a popular name for Cleveland fans early in the process, was one of six wideouts who participated in the event. While he played collegiately at UMass, Isabella was born in Mayfield, Ohio which is where he attended high school.
Cleveland seemed intent on adding a receiver early in the offseason but that need seems less than pressing now considering their move to land Odell Beckham, Jr. from the Giants. He joins his best friend, and former college teammate Jarvis Landry.
In addition to those two, Cleveland retained Rashard Higgins and see big things in store for Antonio Callaway who was a deep threat as a rookie.
With those names on the roster already it seems less than likely someone like Isabella finds his way to the hometown team. Still, the Browns are kicking the tires on him anyway as they make sure to examine all options available to them in the 2019 NFL Draft.