BEREA, Ohio -- With the 35th pick in the 2014 NFL Draft, the Cleveland Browns selected offensive tackle Joel Bitonio.

Bitonio is a versatile offensive lineman, who played 26 games at right tackle and his final 12 contests at left tackle, and according to ESPN's Bill Polian, "has the ability to be an All-Pro center" because of his intelligence.

During his final two seasons at Nevada, Bitonio, recorded 249 knockdowns/key blocks, which averaged out to 9.96 per game, and served as a lead blocker for 58 plays that resulted in touchdowns, 41 of which were rushing scores.