According to Peter King of SI.com via Yahoo! Sports, a Cleveland Browns executive was in College Station this past weekend to check out Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel.
Peter King reported via Monday Morning Quarterback and during the weather delay of the Sunday Night Football game that Cleveland assistant general manager Ray Farmer attended this past Saturday’s Alabama at Texas A&M game to scout A&M star quarterback Johnny Manziel. Manziel threw for 464 yards and he ran for an additional 98 yards against ‘Bama, and many experts and analysts expect that the young man known as “Johnny Football” will eventually declare for the 2014 NFL Draft. King had the following to say on the NFL prospect:
”But Manziel, to many teams right now, would be undraftable because they’re scared of his mood swings and off-field questions. But it only takes one team out of 32 to fall for him. And some team will, unless he self-destructs between today and draft day.”
While numerous teams are checking out Manziel right now in preparation of him declaring for the NFL drafter this season, the Browns will likely have a legitimate shot at landing him next April.