Mayfield saw limited action in the all-star game before concluding his weekend. All told, he completed three of his seven passes for nine yards before turning things over to fellow North squad signal-callers Josh Allen and Tanner Lee.
Mayfield was late to the Senior Bowl because his mother, Gina, was in the hospital with an undisclosed medical issue, according to the Sun Sentinel's Omar Kelly.
"Family comes first," he said, per Kelly.
Mayfield impressed under center throughout practices with the Denver Broncos coaching staff. According to ESPN.com's Mike Triplett, the 22-year-old was named the week's most outstanding quarterback.
"He's done well," Cleveland Browns general manager John Dorsey said, according to Cleveland.com's Mary Kay Cabot. "Again, he's one of those guys that's so competitive that he's passed the test here."
Bleacher Report's Matt Miller has the reigning Heisman Trophy winner listed as his 13th-ranked prospect overall and fourth-ranked quarterback behind USC's Sam Darnold, UCLA's Josh Rosen and Allen.