It's always a treat to see which entertainers, celebrities, and athletes embrace social media.

Heck, we've started a section here on called 'LeBron James Says' because the King utilizes Instagram, Snapchat, and Twitter regularly. It's a good barometer sometimes to judge his state of mind.

Case in point: a tweet from LeBron in February 2015 that was aimed squarely at the direction of his teammate Kevin Love:

That ended up fueling about two weeks worth of sports talk when I co-hosted the Bruce Hooley Show on ESPN Cleveland. But James also likes to use social media as a tool in his off-the-court businesses, such as when he made a surprise appearance to greet the local winners of 'The Wall," an NBC game show that he produces:

Christmas is the season for giving. Ever seen $1.3 million in cash hand delivered to an amazing family? Merry Christmas everyone! #TheWallonNBC #StriveForGreatness #RWTW

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But LeBron is not the only Cavalier that excels at the social media game. His teammates Richard Jefferson and Channing Frye host a podcast together and each love themselves some Snapchat. R.J. announced his retirement, and then promptly unretired via the Snap.

Plus there was my personal favorite: Lil' Kev:

Frye used Snapchat to welcome new teammate Kyle Korver to the Cavs earlier this year:

I'm writing this as I'm watching the Indians take on the White Sox in Tuesday's home opener here at Progressive Field. When I think about the Indians on social media, a couple of players come to mind:

Trevor Bauer gets Twitter. He takes on anyone who trolls him. He's not afraid to talk politics. And he likes fans who send him drones, especially during the World Series!

Jason Kipnis caught my attention on the night that the Tribe agreed to terms with Edwin Encarnacion.

But my winner is Jose Ramirez! When he and the Tribe hammered out a contract extension, he busted out this gem:

The reason all of this came up today, however, is Browns All Pro left tackle Joe Thomas. This is a guy that has only recently discovered the magic of Twitter. And my man is now a legitimate social media star.

From today:

Loved this response to the United Airlines story about a passenger being pulled off the plane forcibly because they had to 're-accommodate' someone:

And he's not afraid to put a webpoll out there too!

So who is the best in the business in social media among Cleveland's professional sports athletes. Let us know! In honor of Joe Thomas, we have our own Twitter poll for you to vote on! We narrowed the field down to Joe Thomas, LeBron James, Richard Jefferson, and Jose Ramirez.