Baker Mayfield made history again Thursday night.

The 83rd Heisman Trophy winner became the first ever college walk-on to be selected first in the National Football League's draft.

Mayfield led Lake Travis to the 2011 state championship, walked on at Texas Tech and earned the Big 12's Freshman Offensive Player of the Year award. However, he left the program after not receiving a scholarship.

Mayfield later transferred to Oklahoma, where he would sit out a season. Mayfield became the Sooners' starting quarterback in 2015 and finished his college career with 14,320 yards passing, 129 passing touchdowns, rushed for over 1,000 yards, and 21 rushing touchdowns.

In December of 2017, Mayfield won the Heisman Trophy after leading OU to the four-team playoffs for the second time in three years.

The morning of the N.F.L. Draft, there were rumors leaked that the Cleveland Browns would select Heisman Trophy winner 1st overall, which later became a reality.

On Friday morning, Lake Travis Head Coach Hank Carter smiled from ear to ear while talking about Mayfield.

The Browns introduced Mayfield in a press conference at the Cleveland Browns facility Friday at 3:45 p.m.