The Cleveland Browns have invited UB Center Trevor Sales to their minicamp.
Sales was an All-Indiana First Team and was an all-conference selection and found himself at Delaware State, recruited by the then Adam Shorter, then a coach for the Hornets. In 2010 Shorter advised his new boss, Jeff Quinn, to bring Sales to Buffalo.
Trevor became Buffalo's starting center in 2012 and held the job for the remainder of his career.
Bull Run NFL draft enthusiast, John McWhinnie, sees in Sales a potential NFL player..
Sales has the size (6-2, 327) to be an NFL offensive lineman, he also has the technically sound ability to be a line general at the next level. What Sales needs to improve on are his quickness and his strength at the point of attack. When Sales is able to get the first step on defensive tackles and get his hands in position, he can be an immovable object in the middle of the offensive line.
After going undrafted Sales did not get a free agent signing but will look to prove himself with the Browns.