The first round of the draft garners the most attention, but championship teams are often built on the second and third days. Value is more likely to be found in subsequent rounds, given that clubs aren't required to shell out large signing bonuses for players.
Myles Jack, A'Shawn Robinson and Mackensie Alexander are three of the top players still remaining. There are other intriguing names to keep an eye on Friday night, including Noah Spence and Heisman winner Derrick Henry.
Probably no team is looking forward to Friday night's proceedings more than the New England Patriots, who lost their first-round pick as a result of the NFL's DeflateGate penalties. Owner Robert Kraft said in March he wrote Roger Goodell a letter asking for the pick back, but the commissioner declined Kraft's request.
The Patriots will have four picks on Friday, though they aren't slated to be on the clock until No. 60 overall. Notable second- and third-round picks from the Belichick era include Rob Gronkowski, Jamie Collins, Deion Branch and Matt Light.
In addition to the Patriots, the Kansas City Chiefs will be selecting for the first time this year. On Thursday night, they traded their first-round pick to the San Francisco 49ers, who grabbed guard Joshua Garnett with the No. 28 pick.
The Tennessee Titans and Cleveland Browns will be heard from often on Friday, as well. The Titans had five picks in rounds two and three this year until they traded up to the No. 8 spot, which gave the Browns another third-round pick. Now, both teams have four picks Friday night.
The Rams, meanwhile, don't have a Friday pick. Here's hoping Jared Goff is worth it.
The complete draft order for the second and third rounds is as follows:
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