South Florida Carlton Mitchell has a better chance than most sixth-round wide receivers to make an immediate impact. That’s because of his talent, and because the Browns are woefully thin at the position.
Mitchell agreed to terms on Wednesday on a four-year contract, according the Dayton Daily News. Projected as a possible second- or third-round pick, Mitchell slipped on draft day due to concerns about his hands and route running.
At 6’3, 215 pounds with great speed, he’s someone to watch for down the line.