Before NFL Draft, Patriots' Eliot Wolf 'pushing hard' for this QB  

There is a possibility that the New England Patriots may be the most intriguing club to watch in the football draft in 2024.

What the Patriots decide to do with the third overall pick in the first round, whether they choose to trade it or keep it, could have an effect on the strategies of a number of clubs that are ranked within the top 15.

Choosing a quarterback with the third overall pick is the most prudent course of action for the Patriots to adopt. Despite being the most crucial position in the sport, New England's roster is marked by a significant lack of strength in this area. The signing of Jacoby Brissett in free agency was a welcome one; nevertheless, he is not a viable option for the quarterback position in the long run.

Throughout the course of the past few months, there has been a great deal of discussion regarding which quarterback possibility would be the most suitable for the Patriots. 

 Drake Maye of North Carolina and Jayden Daniels of Louisiana State University are the quarterbacks that are most frequently expected to end up with the Patriots in expert NFL mock drafts. At the time when the Patriots are on the clock, one of these quarterbacks will be available to them.

J.J. McCarthy, a quarterback from Michigan, is another quarterback who is quickly climbing the draft boards. Indeed, according to a recent story that was published by Tony Pauline of Sportskeeda, the Patriots have a significant amount of admiration for McCarthy.

"I'm not big on McCarthy being a top-10 selection, but the UM signal caller to New England was the buzz on the pro-day circuit," Pauline wrote in his most recent mock draft, which was published on Monday. 

In this mock draft, McCarthy was selected by the Patriots at the third overall spot. "De facto general manager Eliot Wolf is pushing hard for McCarthy, and he believes he has as much upside as any quarterback in this draft."

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