The Cleveland Browns selected Baylor wide receiver Josh Gordon in the NFL Supplemental Draft on Thursday.
The Browns selected Gordon with the second pick in the second round and as a result will forego their second-round selection in the 2013 NFL Draft.
Gordon registered 43 receptions for 721 receiving yards with seven touchdown catches in two seasons at Baylor. He also added seven kickoff returns for 139 yards (19.9 average) during his collegiate career. As a sophomore in 2010, Gordon played in 13 games with five starts and ranked second on the team with a career-best 42 catches for 714 receiving yards and tied a team-high with seven touchdown catches.
The supplemental draft was conducted electronically today from NFL headquarters in New York. There were no other players selected.