We are 24 hours away from the NFL Draft and it looks like the Cleveland Browns have narrowed their options to two quarterbacks with their No. 1 overall pick.
According to Mary Kay Cabot of Cleveland.com:
The Browns have given strong consideration to all of the four top quarterbacks in the draft — Allen, Mayfield, Sam Darnold and Josh Rosen — but the choices seem to be narrowing to the cannon-armed passer from Wyoming and the Heisman Trophy winner from Oklahoma, the sources say.
Throughout the draft process, it’s been widely regarded that the Browns would take USC’s Sam Darnold but according to the report, the Browns have “cooled” down on the USC QB:
Many experts still believe the Browns will draft Sam Darnold Thursday night, but sources say the Browns have cooled on the USC passer in recent days and that Allen and Mayfield have surpassed him.
If the Browns pass on Sam Darnold, the expectation is the New York Giants will take the USC quarterback with the No. 2 overall pick.