Browns take QB DeShone Kizer with 52nd pick in NFL Draft

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PHILADELPHIA -- A day after the Cleveland Browns made history and selected three players in the opening round of the NFL draft, the team took a quarterback: DeShone Kizer with their 52nd pick.

The Toledo native played for Notre Dame. During a conference call Friday night, DeShone talked about the first two days of the NFL Draft.  “It’s definitely a different experience. Obviously, being in Philly yesterday was a unique experience. I had a great time. To sit there and wait and try to figure out where you are going to land is definitely new to me. Obviously, the wait was well worth it now that I’m going to be able to stay at home and call myself a Cleveland Brown.”

The Browns took defensive tackle Larry Ogunjobi with 65th overall pick in NFL Draft.

Thursday night,  Cleveland took Texas A&M defensive end Myles Garrett as the No. 1 overall pick.

The Browns also took Michigan safety Jabrill Peppers and Miami tight end David Njoku.

**See what they had to say at today's press conference in Berea**

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