With the 168th pick in the fifth-round, the Cleveland Browns chose OG Spencer Drango during the 2016 draft. Drango (6’6/315) made 48 starts at left tackle for Baylor, earning 2015’s Big 12 Offensive Lineman of the Year and first-team All-Big 12 in each of his final three seasons. Despite his decorated college career, Drango is a borderline NFL prospect due to athleticism so poor he might not even able to cut it at guard. He’ll make the team, but I doubt he starts. The guard out of Baylor inked a four-year, $2.547 million contract with the team. The deal included a $207,652 signing bonus.
More Contract Details: 2017: $540,000, 2018: $630,000, 2019: $720,000, 2020: Free Agent