Quarterback Josh Allen does not know yet which team will select him in the 2018 NFL Draft, but he’s going to meet with the two teams that seem to have among the highest interests in acquiring him. According to Albert Breer of Sports Illustrated, the Wyoming Cowboys product is going to visits the Cleveland Browns and the Miami Dolphins over the next couple of days.

Per source, Wyoming QB Josh Allen will fly to Miami tomorrow after meeting with the Browns for a Top 30 visit with the Dolphins that'll go into Friday. Miami has Baker Mayfield in for his visit tomorrow, as well.

While the Browns do not have an urgent need for a starting quarterback after a successful negotiation with the Buffalo Bills that landed them dual-threat Tyrod Taylor via a trade, they still need a long-term solution under center, as Taylor’s current contract will expire at the end of the 2018 season. Drafting Allen this year would give Cleveland its potential quarterback of the future.

The Dolphins, on the other hand, are coming off an entire season in which they have to stomach Jay Cutler’s presence. Ryan Tannehill is currently projected to be ready by the time the 2018 season comes around, but it also makes sense for them to get a quarterback in the coming draft considering that Tannehill is a damaged good.

The Browns hold the first and fourth overall picks in the draft, while the Dolphins are 11th with reports that they could trade up if the Browns don’t use their No.1 pick on the quarterback.