As rumors continue to spread that the Arizona Cardinals are targeting Kyler Murray with the first overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the race to select Dwayne Haskins is heating up. The New York Giants met with the Ohio State quarterback Tuesday, and he’s scheduled to visit a few more teams that could use a franchise signal caller.

Haskins told NFL Network Wednesday that he will meet with the Denver Broncos, Oakland Raiders Miami Dolphins, and Washington Redskins.

With the No.4 overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft, the Raiders have the highest selection of the possible suitors for Haskins. The Giants have the sixth pick, followed by the Broncos at No.10 and the Dolphins at No.13. The Redskins are in the middle of the first round at No.15.

There’s a good chance that the team that picks Haskins will have to trade up for him. The San Francisco 49ers don’t need a quarterback at No.2 overall. The same goes for the New York Jets, who own the No.3 pick.

New York general manager Dave Gettleman has indicated the Giants are likely to draft a quarterback at some point. After trading Odell Beckham Jr., the Giants also have the No.17 overall pick. A package that includes the No.6 and No.17 picks might be enough to convince the 49ers to make a trade.

Denver recently traded for Joe Flacco to be their starting quarterback. Oakland has publicly expressed support for quarterback Derek Carr after a few sub-par seasons. Miami signed Ryan Fitzpatrick.

Washington recently traded for Case Keenum from Denver. Alex Smith is set to miss all of next season.

It’s been speculated that Washington or New York could try to trade for Josh Rosen if Arizona does indeed draft Murray.

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Quarterback Dwayne Haskins of Ohio State works out during day three of the NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on March 2, 2019 in Indianapolis, Indiana. Joe Robbins/Getty Images