It's the last day of the 2016 NFL Draft, with rounds four through seven on tap starting at noon on ESPN and NFL Network, with streaming through WatchESPN. This is where teams like the Patriots have traditionally found diference-makers hiding in plain sight, like that quarterback they picked up a few years ago in the sixth.
It's also the last chance for several former Georgia Bulldogs to hear their names called. If they don't? Well, as Fernando Velasco told us a few months ago it's not the end of the world, and in fact may be all for the best. Undrafted free agents have the chance to pick their destination and often end up in a situation that's better for them than the one they could have gotten drafted into. With that being said, I still think we'll hear Malcolm Mitchell's name called relatively early today. Keith Marshall and John Theus are also fairly likely to get selected. Kolton Houston isn't a lock, but I wouldn't be at all surprised to see a team spend a sixth or seventh round pick on him. Ditto for Sterling Bailey and massive Chris Mayes.
No matter what we'll be here to cheer on the (now former) 'Dawgs.