Browns Drafting FAU Stud Harrison Bryant Could Signal End for David Njoku in Cleveland

Florida Atlantic tight end Harrison Bryant
Florida Atlantic tight end Harrison Bryant / Mark Brown/Getty Images

The Cleveland Browns waited until Day 3 of the 2020 NFL Draft to add some help at the offensive skill positions, but they found a gem in FAU tight end Harrison Bryant.

Bryant was selected by the Browns with the 115th overall pick in the draft, which represents great value at this point given the quality of athlete he is.

Bryant is expected to serve as the backup tight end in Cleveland, as Austin Hooper was one of the biggest offseason additions in the 2020 offseason. This could be the end of the David Njoku era.

Bryant is a Mackey Award winner, making him the first Group of Five tight end to be named the best tight end in college football. While he's a little light for the tight end position, Bryant is an elite receiver, as his speed and soft hands helped him rack up 1,000 yards in Lane Kiffin's offense.

Bryant and Hooper should give Baker Mayfield one of the best tight end tandems in the NFL, which should make the Oklahoma product very happy.