After months of mock drafts, evaluations and projections, the league’s annual “player selection meeting” is set to kick off Thursday with the first round. The second and third rounds will follow on Friday, and the final four rounds will be completed on Saturday.
USA TODAY Sports will have live updates and analysis of all of the news from the event, including an up-to-the-minute tracker breaking down every pick in real time, league-wide breakdowns after every night and draft grades after all selections are made.
Here’s everything you need to know about the draft:
What time does the 2020 NFL draft start?
The first round of the NFL draft will begin Thursday, April 23, at 8 p.m. ET. Day 2 of the NFL draft will begin Friday, April 24, at 7 p.m. ET. Day 3 of the NFL draft will begin Saturday, April 25, at noon ET.
What TV channel is the 2020 NFL draft on?
The NFL draft will be broadcast on ESPN, NFL Network and ABC.
How can I live stream the 2020 NFL draft?
The NFL draft will be streaming on the WatchESPN app and NFL Mobile app.
Where will the 2020 NFL draft take place?
Originally set to be held in Las Vegas, the 2020 NFL draft will be held remotely amid the novel coronavirus pandemic. Commissioner Roger Goodell will announce picks from his New York home, and coaches and general managers will also work from their individual residences.