As the father of two young children ages two and under, there will be little chance for Brian Hoyer to settle down on the couch tonight and watch the duration of the first round of the draft.

Not that he’s really that interested.

Hoyer will be busy with bath time and bedtime stories as his bosses with the Cleveland Browns likely use one of their two first-round picks on a player who will arrive in Berea hoping to become the Browns’ starting quarterback. It’s a job that Hoyer, seven months removed from surgery to repair a torn ACL, currently holds, and one he has no plans to relinquish, regardless of where that rookie was selected in the draft, at No. 4 or No. 26 or No. 35 or later.

“I only played three games before I got hurt, so it’s not like I had a full season under my belt for them to say, ‘Hey, he’s the guy we’re going to go with.’ I don’t blame them for it,” Hoyer told USA TODAY Sports. “No matter what happens in the draft, I’ll have that chance to compete for the starting job, and if it comes down to that, I have the ultimate confidence in myself that no matter who they bring in here, I can beat them out.”

The Browns haven’t even made selected a quarterback yet but the competition to be the Week 1 starter has already begun.

As the general manager Ray Farmer, head coach Mike Pettine and other coaches crisscrossed the country to put at least 10 of the top quarterback prospects through private workouts, they created their own equivalent of a quarterbacking standardized test.