Florida defensive tackle Sharrif Floyd, one of the top defensive linemen in the upcoming draft, is visiting the Browns today, a league source told the Plain Dealer.
Floyd, 6-3, 297, has the versatility to play anywhere along the defensive line, and is being looked at by 3-4 and 4-3 teams. The Browns, who have the No. 6 overall pick, will run a 3-4, multi-front scheme under coordinator Ray Horton.
Floyd, currently stronger against the run than the pass, could go in the top five, according to some draft experts. He possesses tremendous strength and good speed for his size (4.92 in the 40).
As a junior in 2012, Floyd had 46 tackles, including 13 for a loss. He also had three sacks.
He's one of 30 prospects the Browns are hosting in Berea for pre-draft visits.