The Cleveland Browns have held pre-draft evaluations with multiple quarterbacks in the upcoming 2018 NFL Draft, including Baker Mayfield and Sam Darnold. UCLA quarterback will be the next quarterback to visit the team in Berea with a meeting on Thursday.
UCLA QB Josh Rosen is in Berea today as part of our pre-draft evaluation
— Cleveland Browns (@Browns) April 5, 2018
In terms of actual consideration for Rosen being the quarterback selected by Cleveland in the first round, the Browns haven’t publicly expressed a lot of interest in Rosen being their first or even second choice. A lot of talk has surrounded the signal-caller about his interest in playing football long-term and his attention span to the game, with even his former coach Jim Mora Jr. delivering backhanded compliments to his previous starter. In fact, Rosen has been one of the most criticized players in the draft despite his impressive college career.
Rosen started for three seasons at UCLA and had a solid college career, completing 60.9% of his passes for 9,340 yards and 59 touchdowns. A pretty accurate gun-slinger, Rosen only threw 29 interceptions throughout his college tenure.