It’s a near certainty that the Cincinnati Bengals will select Joe Burrow with the No.1 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. The Heisman Trophy winner won’t be the only quarterback selected in the top of the first round.

Several signal callers have a chance to be taken within the first few picks. Alabama’s Tua Tagovailoa and Oregon’s Justin Herbert are being targeted by teams that need quarterbacks. Utah State’s Jordan Love is also expected to go in the first round.

Before suffering a hip injury that ended his college football career and forced him to undergo surgery, Tagovailoa was on track to be the No.1 overall pick. Tagovailoa threw three touchdown passes in the 2018 BCS National Championship Game as a freshman before finishing second in the Heisman Trophy race as a sophomore.

There’s been speculation that Tagovailoa could go as high as No.2 overall. The Washington Redskins have the second pick in the draft. Since Washington drafted quarterback Dwayne Haskins in the first round a year ago, they could trade the pick for a team that’s enamored with Tagovailoa.

The betting odds suggest Tagovailoa will still be available after the second pick. FanDuel Sportsbook gives the quarterback -430 odds to be taken No.3 or higher. The odds of Tagovailoa being taken first or second are +300.

The Detroit Lions (No.3) and New York Giants (No.4) don’t need to draft a quarterback. Many mock drafts have the Miami Dolphins picking Tagovailoa at No.5 overall. Ryan Fitzpatrick and Josh Rosen are both under contract with Miami.

The Los Angeles Chargers might very well take a quarterback at No.6 overall. L.A. parted ways with Philip Rivers in free agency, and Tyrod Taylor is the only signal caller on the roster with starting experience.

Plenty of mock drafts predict the Chargers to select Herbert. Herbert has -235 odds to be drafted after the fifth pick. FanDuel sets the odds of Herbert being selected fifth or earlier at +180.

Love’s stats don’t compare to the numbers posted by Tagovailoa or even Herbert. The quarterback threw 20 touchdown passes and 17 interceptions in his last season with Utah State. Still, some teams view him as a potential NFL starter.

FanDuel sets the over/under for Love’s draft position at 17.5. He has -112 to be taken 17th or higher, as well as -112 odds to be taken 17th or lower.

Miami also has the No.18 pick, making them a potential destination for Love. The Jacksonville Jaguars (No.20) are another possible landing spot.

The first round of the NFL Draft is set for April 23.

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Tua Tagovailoa #13 of the Alabama Crimson Tide holds the trophy while celebrating with his team after defeating the Georgia Bulldogs in overtime to win the CFP National Championship presented by AT&T at Mercedes-Benz Stadium on Jan. 8, 2018 in Atlanta. Mike Ehrmann/Getty Images