Justin Herbert would likely have been one of the top six selections if he declared for last week’s NFL Draft.

Oakland coach Jon Gruden may have taken the Oregon quarterback with the fourth pick and the New York Giants probably would have taken Herbert over Duke’s Daniel Jones with the sixth pick.

Herbert delayed his NFL payday to play his senior season with the Ducks and popped up at No. 3 on Mel Kiper Jr.’s first 2020 mock draft. Kiper noted that Herbert needs to “improve his consistency”, but listed him behind only Alabama quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and wide receiver Jerry Jeudy.

Herbert, Tagovailoa, and Georgia’s Jake Fromm were all in Kiper’s Top 10 to lead the class of quarterbacks heading into next season.

Arizona and Washington joined the Giants in taking a quarterback in the first round last week, likely taking them out of the market for that position next year.

There remain a few teams that could be near the top of next year’s draft in need of a quarterback.

Here’s a look at the six teams that seem most likely to be in the market for Herbert or another quarterback when the 2020 draft kicks off in Las Vegas,

OAKLAND: As mentioned above, Gruden may have been tempted to take Herbert this season as a replacement for Derek Carr. Instead, the second-year Raiders’ coach seems content to get another year-long look at Carr before deciding the club’s future at quarterback.

TENNESSEE: Could Herbert replace Marcus Mariota with the Titans? Mariota is heading into the final year of his contract with a payday of $20.9 million this season as he auditions to stay in Tennessee. If not, the Titans will be in the market for his successor.

TAMPA BAY: Like Mariota, Jameis Winston is heading into the fifth and final year of his deal and coach Bruce Arians may be looking to find his guy to replace Winston next year.

MIAMI: The Dolphins bought low on Josh Rosen, sending a second-round pick to Arizona for the No. 10 selection in last year’s draft. If Rosen can’t beat out Ryan Fitzpatrick or even if he does win the job and struggles, Miami doesn’t have much invested in Rosen and could look for a quarterback in next year’s draft.

DENVER: John Elway acquired Joe Flacco and took Missouri’s Drew Lock in the second round last week, but if neither of those two impress next season, the Broncos will still be looking for a franchise quarterback.

CINCINNATI: The Bengals could be ready to move past Andy Dalton after next season and may be in position to get one of the top available quarterbacks.