Wednesday morning, Jadeveon Clowney will take to the field for his Pro Day in Columbia, South Carolina to give scouts one last look at his freakish abilities in hopes that he could become the top overall pick, or at the very least, a top-five selection.
However, one of the team in that top-five isn’t even in attendance, and you can make a pretty safe guess who it is. Yes, the Cleveland Browns have skipped another Pro Day of a top prospect.
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) April 2, 2014
This is the second big Pro Day that the team has decided to pass on as they were notably absent from Jahnny Manziel’s day late last week.
This is a rather interesting strategy that the team is using, as it’s not very normal to see a team with a top pick skip two of the Pro Days of top prospects, but GM Ray Farmer and the rest of the crew obviously have some sort of unique draft strategy in mind.
Well, or so the Browns fans hope.