11:01 AM ET 02.19 | One of the major issues for teams scouting the NFL draft is how so many college offenses are spread, with the quarterback receiving snaps from center at least five yards behind the line of scrimmage. Stanford's Andrew Luck is so loved by the pros in part because he typically took snaps straight from the center.The Browns would love to grab Luck, and probably will try to at least make some attempt to deal for him. There's also conversation about the Browns and other quarterback-hungry teams trading up for with the Rams for the No. 2 pick, then taking Robert Griffin III. The Baylor quarterback has worked mostly out of the spread, one scout estimating more than 90 percent of his passes coming from the shotgun.