The 2010 NFL Draft is underway. The Green Bay Packers media auditorium is about half full at the moment. That will change later when the Packers get closer to the 23rd pick in tonight’s opening round.
The draft is four picks old at the moment. Three of the first four picks are all from Oklahoma. QB Sam Bradford, as expected, went first overall to Oklahoma. After Detroit took Nebraska DT Ndamukong Suh second overall, then Tampa Bay selected Oklahoma DT Gerald McCoy and Washington followed that up with Oklahoma OT Trent Williams.
The fifth player just fell off the board. Kansas City selected Tennessee safety Eric Berry.
Packers still a couple of hours away, barring a trade upward.