The end of the NFL Draft and the longest part of the NFL offseason is almost here, but first we have dozens of picks and four more rounds to go through. Day 3 of the 2016 NFL Draft starts at noon on Saturday, with Rounds 4-7 on tap.
There are some big-name players still on the board, like quarterbacks Connor Cook, Dak Prescott and Cardale Jones, defensive tackle Andrew Billings and Glenn Gronkowski, the brother of Rob Gronkowski of the New England Patriots.
Cook is the most surprising name on that list at this stage of the draft. As expected, Jared Goff went to the Los Angeles Rams and Carson Wentz went to the Philadelphia Eagles with the top two picks in the draft. Then the Denver Broncos traded up to take Paxton Lynch at the end of the first round.
Even though Cook was consistently rated as the fourth quarterback this draft class, he wasn't the fourth or even the fifth quarterback taken. Late in the third round on Friday, the New England Patriots grabbed Jacoby Brissett and the Cleveland Browns took Cody Kessler.
It was an exciting second day of the draft regardless of the quarterbacks, though. The Browns had the top pick in the second round and despite plenty of talk about making yet another trade, they wound up taking defensive end Emmanuel Ogbah out of Oklahoma State. The big guns came shortly after, when the Dallas Cowboys landed linebacker Jaylon Smith, who comes with significant injury concerns, with the third pick in the second round.
Two picks later, the Jacksonville Jaguars moved up to take UCLA linebacker Myles Jack, one of the top players in the whole draft but who fell due to his own injury concerns. The Jaguars have a haul that includes both Jack and Jalen Ramsey, who could end up being the two of the best players in the draft.
Day 3 of the draft will get underway at 12 p.m. ET on Saturday and will run until its completion. As usual, it will be broadcast on the NFL Network and ESPN. Below, you can find a full schedule of picks for Saturday.