Mack Wilson Wins Cleveland’s Maurice Bassett Award

Eric Urbanowicz
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Cleveland Browns’ linebacker Mack Wilson has been having a preseason to remember, turning in performance after performance that would put the starters ahead of him on edge as well as posting high ratings according to Pro Football Focus. Now he can add the Maurice Bassett Award winner to that resume.

Named in honor of the Browns former running back Maurice Bassett who played from 1954-56, it is awarded to the Browns most outstanding rookie in training camp voted by local members of the media.

Wilson join teammates quarterback Baker Mayfield, defensive lineman Myles Garrett and linebacker Christian Kirksey as winners of the award. Other winners include Danny Shelton, Brandon Weeden, C.J. Jones.

Wilson claimed the award despite having cornerback Greedy Williams, linebacker Sionne Takitaki and safety Sheldrick Redwine drafted ahead of him.

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