With two picks in each of the first two rounds of the 2018 NFL draft, the New England Patriots could be setting themselves up for a gigantic move up the board to land an eventual successor for Tom Brady.

But how far are they willing to go to get the right guy? Pretty far, if the latest 2018 NFL mock draft from CBS Sports is any indication.

This projection has the Pats parting with both of their first-round picks in this year’s draft, in addition to next year’s first-rounder, to move all the way up to the Cleveland Browns’ spot at No. 4 overall.

Their target? USC’s Sam Darnold

Darnold isn’t as polished as UCLA’s Josh Rosen or as dynamic as Louisville’s Lamar Jackson, but he’s got all the upside of Wyoming’s Josh Allen, without as much of the risk. He’s still fairly raw, but well worth that gamble if he’s still on the board at No. 4.

After taking Allen at No. 1 overall in this mock, the Browns stick with the theme of raw but promising prospects at No. 23 overall, using the first pick they received from the Pats on UCLA offensive tackle Kolton Miller. At No. 31 overall, they make up for some of that reach distance by adding one of the top corners in this year’s class, Louisville’s Jaire Alexander.

Other surprising selections in this mock include UTSA edge defender Marcus Davenport (No. 9 overall, San Francisco 49ers), Oklahoma State quarterback Mason Rudolph (No. 12 overall, Buffalo Bills) and Boise State linebacker Leighton Vander Esch (No. 18 overall, Seattle Seahawks).

The biggest steals in this first-round projection? Michigan defensive lineman Maurice Hurst (No. 32 overall, Philadelphia Eagles), Louisville quarterback Lamar Jackson (No. 27 overall, New Orleans Saints), Boston College pass rusher Harold Landry (No. 25 overall, Tennessee Titans) and Alabama defensive back Minkah Fitzpatrick (No. 13 overall, Washington Redskins).

To check out the full mock draft at CBS Sports, click here.