New London Punt, Pass and Kick Info
Western Reserve, Edison holding physical nights
They have yet to sign strong safety Jabrill Peppers (first round), tight end David Njoku (first) and quarterback DeShone Kizer (second).
76 percent of ballots returned as schools pass two constitution and 18 bylaw revisions; District Athletic Board election results also announced
Cody Kessler named starter heading into OTAs
NL softball and Berry Fun 5k signups coming soon
Penalties less severe since school has already non-renewed football coach
Jabrill Peppers begins his Browns career in Stage One of the NFL drug program
DeShone Kizer possesses nimble feet, a big arm, the kind of size Hue Jackson loves
Brief announcements from around the area in sports
BEREA — The Browns drafted an Ohio native to be their possible quarterback of future, but it wasn't the one everyone expected.
Cleveland could have taken QB Deshaun Watson, who led Clemson to a national title this past season, at No. 12 but opted to trade down.
Back in 2004, Cleveland also took a tight end from Miami — Kellen Winslow Jr. with the sixth-overall pick.
Texas A&M star defensive end chosen ahead of North Carolina QB Mitchell Trubisky.