Cleveland Browns 2012 Draft: 4 to Compete with Colt Not Named Luck or Griffin

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Cleveland Browns 2012 Draft: 4 to Compete with Colt Not Named Luck or Griffin
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Andrew Luck will be the No. 1 pick overall by the Indianapolis Colts. Robert Griffin III is speculated to fall to the Cleveland Browns possibly at No. 4, or be selected earlier via another team trading up.

So, who's next?

Mike Holmgren is not shy announcing his affinity for quarterbacks. Back in April of 2010, he said (regarding drafting a quarterback high) "Whether you take a quarterback high or whether you take a quarterback late and then develop him... we look at this and trying to analyze the draft. I think what I said before is that I would like to do that each year."

This season isn't any different. 

If RGIII is not acquired by the Browns, you can bet that another signal caller will, but who?

Can the Browns find great value later in the draft, a possible future leader at QB? Can they find a legitimate arm to compete with Colt, thereby making him a better quarterback? Is there any chance to find another Tom Brady?

Probably not.

Here are a few rookie QB prospects who could find themselves lining up under center after April's NFL Draft.

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