Cleveland has signed nine of its 10 picks, with training camp
beginning Wednesday. Receiver Travis Wilson, a third-round
selection out of Oklahoma, is the only one unsigned.
Jackson, a linebacker out of Maryland, was the Atlantic Coast
Conference's defensive player of the year last season. Williams was
a Butkus Award semifinalist last year despite starting six games in
four years at Miami.
Sowells started 27 games at left tackle in college but is
expected to play guard.
Harrison finished his senior year at Washington State with a
rushing average of 172 yards per game, third-best in the nation.