We are almost to the finish line of the 2016 NFL Draft.
The first round was selected Thursday night. The second and third rounds were selected Friday night.
And now, on Saturday afternoon, come Rounds 4-7.
Nobody knows right now. But here is some information we do know:
What: 2016 NFL Draft, fourth through seventh rounds
When: Saturday, beginning at noon EDT, expected to end around 6:30 p.m.
Where: Auditorium Theatre, Chicago
TV: ESPN and NFL Network
Radio: Westwood One (check local listings)
Satellite radio: SiriusXM NFL Radio (channel 88)
More details: In Round 1, teams were permitted 10 minutes per selection. In Round 2, it was seven minutes. In Rounds 3-6, it is five minutes. For Round 7 (plus all compensatory picks), it is four minutes.
Rounds 4-7 history: While future Hall of Famers like Brett Favre (second round) and Curtis Martin (third round) were selected after the hyped-up, prestigious first round of the draft, there have also been some very good players who went in Rounds 4-7. Among current stars, Patriots quarterback Tom Brady obviously stands out. He went in Round 6 in 2000. He’ll eventually be in the Pro Football Hall of Fame. But what about current Hall of Famers? Which notable guys were picked after Round 3 of the draft? Round 4 members include Harry Carson, Cris Carter, Steve Largent, and Charles Haley. Kevin Greene and Mike Webster went in Round 5. Just one sixth-round pick is in the Hall of Fame: Jack Christiansen (1951 draft). Seventh-round inductees include Jim Ringo and Shannon Sharpe. Here’s the full list of Hall of Famers by draft round.