With the 2018 Nfl Draft only three months away, the names continue to come in as to which underclassmen will enter. The 2018 NFL Draft class has the potential to be one of the better ones we have seen when it comes to the quarterback position, which is great news for many of the teams picking high in round one. One such team is the Cleveland Browns [VIDEO], who will pick twice in the first four picks, and are in desperate need of a signal-caller.

Here come the underclassmen

At the beginning of the 2017 college football season, it seemed like a foregone conclusion that many of the top quarterbacks would make themselves eligible for the 2018 NFL Draft.

Unlike other sports, like college basketball, student-athletes have to stay at their respective school for three years after high school. This gives the players a chance to mature physically, so they are not injured when they get to the next level.

While underclassmen usually enter the NFL Draft at a high rate, there has been no year like 2018 in the history of the draft. The 2018 NFL Draft class will have a record number of underclassmen in it, and many of them will likely go in the first ten picks. Draft experts like Mel Kiper Jr. and Todd McShay have been undecided about who the best quarterback of this draft is, but two underclassmen in Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold seem to be the two names that come up in a lot of mock drafts being published lately.

Who goes first

With Cleveland picking twice in the first four picks and needed to finally find a franchise quarterback, the pressure will be on them to get this right.

The debate between Josh Rosen and Sam Darnold has been well-documented all season long, and some believe that Wyoming quarterback Josh Allen has a chance to go first overall as well. All three quarterbacks bring a little something different to the table, but Rosen may be the most NFL-ready of the bunch right now.

It appears that Josh Rosen has the lead on the other two quarterbacks as of now. He played very consistent football as the starting quarterback at UCLA and has the arm strength to make all the throws at the next level. While his decision-making skills were questioned during his time with the Bruins, he is still very young and has the kind of grit that teams look for when they are trying to find the man who is going to lead their team for the next ten seasons.

The Browns brought in a new general manager in John Dorsey, the architect behind the Kansas City Chiefs, a team that has dominated the AFC West in the last couple of seasons. He will get this Browns team headed in the right direction, and if they can hit a home run with their top two picks in the first round, they could become a relevant franchise for the first time in a long time.