Browns Believe David Bell Possessed 'Some of the Best Hands in the Draft Class' Bell rarely dropped passes at Purdue, where 

he was one of the top receivers in the Big Ten for three straight seasons, which impressed the Browns enough to select him with

their second pick in the seventh round on Saturday afternoon. We felt like [he] was one of the best hands guys in this draft 

class and we’re excited to get him, coach Hue Jackson said after the team made Bell its first pick of Day 3. He had some great 

production at Purdue. David Bell possesses some of the best hands in the draft class, according to the Browns. The Purdue 

product has a strong pedigree and was considered one of the most sure-handed receivers in college football for three 

straight seasons. That's quite a claim from a quarterback who can be very finicky about where he throws the ball, but Jackson

seems to believe it with Bell, which is why he traded up in the fourth round of April's draft to select him. As you'll recall, 

Jackson ended up passing on drafting Calvin Ridley and trading back into the first round when another wideout caught his eye. 

Although we don't know what that means just yet (Jackson will have to explain himself during training camp), it sounds like 

Bell is going to get plenty of opportunities in Cleveland. We know that Jarvis Landry and Antonio Callaway are going to be 

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