Dorian Thompson-Robinson was voted the Cleveland Browns Maurice Bassett Award winner, Mary Kay Cabot reported Wednesday. The award goes to the best rookie in training camp, as voted on by the local media. It has been handed out since 1985. Previous winners include Myles Garrett, Baker Mayfield, Harrison Bryant and Greg Newsome II.

Thompson-Robinson, a fifth-round pick out of UCLA, won the Browns’ backup QB job heading into the regular season. The rookie QB completed 63.8% of his passes during the preseason. He finished 37 of 58 for 440 yards with 2 TDs and 0 interceptions. Thompson-Robinson also rushed for 69 yards on 14 attempts.

In his senior season at UCLA Thompson-Robinson capped off his career by throwing for 3169 yards and 27 TDs. He completed 266 passes on 382 attempts, with 10 INTs. He added 645 yards on the ground on 118 rushing tries. His 69.6 completion percentage in 2022 ranked sixth in the nation. His accuracy combined with his running ability fits well with a Browns offense built around Deshaun Watson, who has a similar skillset.

Thompson-Robinson has the chance to learn behind a veteran QB and a talented offensive roster in Cleveland. His five-year college career may have been enough to put him a few steps ahead of the competition.