The NFL Draft is almost here. This year's draft will take place on Thursday, April 27, in the Philadelphia Museum of Art. This is a day many college athletes dream of, their chance of playing with some of the best athletes in the world. The Browns currently hold the No. 1 pick in the draft, and they have many needs on their team, one of them being QB. But with the No. 1 pick comes a hard decision: would you take the best player or take the player your team needs the most? The Browns are given the pleasure of making that decision this year, so what should they do?

They can either take the best available or focus on the QB position and get their franchise player. Lets look at their options.

Best available

With the No. 1 pick, the Browns should already know who the best available player is in the draft. Myles Garrett from Texas A&M University is by far the best available player. Garrett is an elite pass rusher who made his mark while in college. He posted great combine stats, notching a 4.64 40-yard dash, and performing 33 reps of the bench press at 225lbs. He has an unreal amount of athleticism and he uses that to get to the quarterback. Many scouts noted that coming into last season he needed to be a better run defender, and he became just that, along with his pass rush.

Garrett made it known that he will punish the Browns if not taken No. 1 overall. He made comments similar to Peyton Manning in 1998 when many tried to decide whether the Colts should draft him or Ryan Leaf (nobody remembers him). Garrett has the most potential to be a dominant force in the NFL, so if the Browns want to simply get the best available, look no further than Mr.

Garrett. Garret is as close to a complete player as you can get in a defensive end, and the Browns should move on him if they are looking at purely potential.

Get your QB of the future

If the Browns are looking for their QB of the future, they will have some options. They can go with Mitch (or Mitchell) Trubisky from North Carolina.

He is a QB that only has 13 games as a starter. His experience might raise concern, but his talent is great. He has the NFL QB size, and he has arm talent and good accuracy from the pocket. He will need to get used to taking snaps from under center, as 98 percent of his snaps were from the shotgun. Trubisky might be the most NFL-ready coming into the draft. He has good physical traits, but he might not have the experience the Browns are looking for.

The other QB option for the Browns could be Clemson QB Deshaun Watson. Watson is a QB with experience, playing in two national championship games. He is a proven leader and winner, and these are qualities the Browns might find attractive. He has great pocket presence, and isn't afraid to take a big hit in order to make the right throw.

He has a pretty decent release and throws with touch. However, his accuracy can be inconsistent, and he sometimes has trouble reading the defense. His body is a little slender, so he should try to bulk up. But he is overall the QB with the best resume, and the Browns should consider that before making their pick.