The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be on the clock with the first overall pick in the 2015 NFL draft at 8:00 p.m. ET tonight. That first overall pick will almost certainly be Jameis Winston, but there's a lot more to the draft than just that. You'll have Jon Gruden, Mel Kiper and Todd McShay mugging for the cameras on ESPN, as well as Mike Mayock, Rich Eisen and others on NFL Network.
You'll have trades, surprises, dumb decisions and players who will change the fate of franchises. Will the Eagles mortgage the future for Marcus Mariota? Will Philip Rivers still be with the San Diego Chargers at the end of the day? Who will move back up into the first round to get a player they really want? And how will teams view Randy Gregory and Shane Ray, with their tantalizing talent and off-field question marks?
We've got all the details right here: which rounds are when? Who drafts where? And where can you watch the draft?
Meanwhile, you'll want to check out SB Nation's massive draft preview, which has all the information you could possibly want.
When? 8:00 p.m. ET, Thursday, April 30
How can I watch? ESPN and NFL Network will cover the draft live, with previews throughout the day.
Time between pick? Ten minutes per team.
Bucs picks? Number one, first overall.
Rounds Two and Three
When? 7:00 p.m. ET, Friday, May 1
How can I watch? ESPN2 and NFL Network will cover the draft live, with previews throughout most of the day.
Time between picks? Seven minutes in the second round, five minutes in the third round.
Bucs' picks? Round two, number two, 34th overall. Round three, number one, 65th overall.
Rounds Four Through Seven
When? Noon, ET, Saturday, May 2nd
How can I watch? NFL Network and ESPN will both show the draft live.
Time between picks? Five minutes, with four minutes for compensatory picks because they can't be traded.
Bucs' picks? Round four, number 10, 109th overall. Round five, number 26, 162nd overall. Round six, number eight, 184th overall. Round seven, number one, 218th overall. Round seven, number 14, 231st overall.
|Selection number||Team||2014 record||Strength of schedule||Playoff result|
|1||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||2-14||0.486|
|6||New York Jets||4-12||0.543|
|9||New York Giants||6-10||0.512|
|10||St. Louis Rams||6-10||0.531|
|13||New Orleans Saints||7-9||0.486|
|15||San Francisco 49ers||8-8||0.527|
|17||San Diego Chargers[tie]||9-7||0.512|
|18||Kansas City Chiefs[tie]||9-7||0.512|
|19||Cleveland Browns (from Buffalo)||7-Sep||0.516|
|30||Green Bay Packers||12-4||0.482||Conf|
|31||New Orleans Saints (from Seattle)||12-4||0.525||Lost SB|
|32||New England Patriots||12-4||0.514||Won SB|
Players attending the draft
RB Melvin Gordon, Wisconsin
RB Todd Gurley, Georgia
WR DeVante Parker, Louisville
WR Breshad Perriman, Central Florida
WR Devin Smith, Ohio State
WR Jaelen Strong, Arizona State
WR Kevin White, West Virginia
OL La'el Collins, LSU
OL Cameron Erving, Florida State
OL D.J. Humphries, Florida
OL Cedric Ogbuehi, Texas A&M
OL Andrus Peat, Stanford
OL Brandon Scherff, Iowa
OL Donovan Smith, Penn State
OL Laken Tomlinson, Duke
S Landon Collins, Alabama
CB Kevin Johnson, Wake Forest
CB Byron Jones, Connecticut
CB Trae Waynes, Michigan State
LB Benardrick McKinney
LB/DE Vic Beasley, Clemson
LB/DE Alvin "Bud" Dupree, Kentucky
LB/DE Dante Fowler, Jr., Florida
LB/DE Randy Gregory, Nebraska
LB/DE Shane Ray, Missouri
DL Arik Armstead, Oregon
DL Danny Shelton, Washington
DL Leonard Williams, USC