LOOK: Dan Quinn, Adam Peters look pleased with Drake Maye

Who will the Washington Commanders select with the No. 2 overall pick in the 2024 NFL draft? Unfortunately, we still have one month remaining until we learn that answer.

We do know — or strongly believe — that the Commanders will select a quarterback. It will not be Caleb Williams, who is expected to go No. 1 overall to the Chicago Bears.

That leaves Washington to decide between Drake Maye (North Carolina), Jayden Daniels (LSU), or J.J. McCarthy (Michigan). Every day, we seem to hear of a rumor linking the Commanders to one of the three. However, they are just that: rumors.

Only Washington general manager Adam Peters and his inner circle, including head coach Dan Quinn and offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury, have an idea of which passer the Commanders like the best.

Last week, the Commanders were at McCarthy’s pro day. On Wednesday, they were in Baton Rouge to see Daniels at LSU’s pro day. On Thursday, Peters, Quinn, Kingsbury and assistant GM Lance Newmark were in Chapel Hill to see Maye.

From all indications, it looks like Quinn and Peters liked what they saw.

Quinn is all smiles.

Peters was all smiles, too.

What does this all mean? Absolutely nothing. But as we head toward the draft and look for the little things, it’s clear Washington brass liked what it saw from the ultra-talented Maye.

Story originally appeared on Commanders Wire