And so another QB enters the mix.
From the Associated Press
After going undrafted, Texas Tech quarterback Graham Harrell has agreed to attend the Cleveland Browns' rookie minicamp this weekend. The record-setting passer does not have a contract with the team. “Yes, he will participate in the minicamp,” agent Chad Speck said in an e-mail. The Browns would not confirm inviting Harrell to the minicamp, which runs from Friday through Sunday.
Harrell threw an NCAA record 134 TD passes. More impressive was his completion percentage – above 70 percent in two 5000 yard seasons.
He was also one of the 15 finalists for the Draddy Trophy, which goes to the nation's top scholar-athlete and was won by the Browns first-round pick Alex Mack. The Browns second overall pick, WR Brian Robiskie was also one of the finalists for the award.
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