The 2022 NFL Draft continues in Las Vegas on Friday, April 29 before wrapping up on Saturday, April 30.
NFL Network, ESPN, ABC and ESPN Deportes will carry live coverage throughout this year's draft festivities.
Here is everything you need to know about how to follow Days 2 and 3 of the draft in addition to all of the Giants' draft coverage.
2022 NFL Draft Facts and Figures
What: 87th Annual National Football League Player Selection Meeting.
Where: Las Vegas, Nevada.
- 7:00 PM ET - Friday, April 29 (Rounds 2-3).
- 12:00 PM ET - Saturday, April 30 (Rounds 4-7).
The second and third rounds will conclude on Friday by approximately 11:00 PM ET. The second and third rounds took a combined four hours and 26 minutes in 2021. The draft will conclude by approximately 6:30 PM ET on Saturday with the final four rounds. Rounds 4 through 7 took six hours and 42 minutes in 2021.
- Round 2: Seven minutes per selection.
- Rounds 3-6: Five minutes per selection.
- Rounds 7: Four minutes per selection.
See which draft prospects remain on NFL Media analyst Daniel Jeremiah's top 150 list.
Big Blue Draft Night Live, presented by Verizon, will be hosted by Bob Papa, Carl Banks and Shaun O'Hara, with Madelyn Burke reporting live from Las Vegas. The show will air following each pick on Friday and can be found on Giants.com, GiantsTV, the Giants App and Giants YouTube.
- Friday | 12pm - 2pm ET
- Saturday | 11am - 1pm ET
Giants' current draft picks
- Round 1: No. 5 overall - Kayvon Thibodeaux, EDGE, Oregon
- Round 1: No. 7 overall (via CHI) - Evan Neal, OT, Alabama
- Round 2: No. 36 overall
- Round 3: No. 67 overall
- Round 3: No. 81 overall (via MIA)
- Round 4: No. 112 overall (via CHI)
- Round 5: No. 147 overall
- Round 5: No. 173 overall (via KC through BAL)
- Round 6: No. 182 overall
NFL Network: On Day 2, NFL Network's Peter Schrager and Chris Rose will join Eisen, Jeremiah, Davis, Klatt, Rapoport and Stark. Coverage will conclude with Eisen, Jeremiah, Davis, Schrager, Rapoport and Rachel Bonnetta handling Day 3.
ESPN: For Day 2, Mike Greenberg will host, joined by ESPN NFL senior draft analyst Mel Kiper Jr., analysts Louis Riddick and Booger McFarland, and Senior NFL Insider Chris Mortensen. Suzy Kolber will interview prospects on the main stage after they've been selected.
ABC: Rece Davis will host on the main set, joined by NFL Draft senior analyst Todd McShay and analyst Desmond Howard on Friday. Additionally, Sam Ponder and Jesse Palmer will anchor from the Beer Park set and be joined by analyst Robert Griffin III. Pete Thamel will be reporting on the news throughout the broadcast.
For Day 3, with ESPN's presentation on ABC, Davis will host and be joined by analysts Kiper, McShay and Riddick.
ESPN Deportes: Monday Night Football voices Eduardo Varela and Pablo Viruega will provide event coverage in Spanish alongside NFL experts Sebastián Martinez, Christensen and Miguel Pasquel. Reporter Rebeca Landa and Carlos Nava will provide reports from Las Vegas.
ESPN's coverage of the 2022 NFL Draft will also air internationally, reaching more than 59 million households in Spanish-speaking Latin America, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, the Pacific Islands, the Caribbean, the Netherlands and Africa.
The 2022 NFL Draft can also be streamed live via a number of NFL and ESPN digital properties across devices (phone, PC, tablet, and connected TVs). NFL Network or ESPN authentication might be required for the NFL and ESPN apps, as well as NFL.com and ESPN.com.
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Radio coverage of the 2022 NFL Draft will be provided by SiriusXM NFL Radio (Rounds 1-7), Westwood One Sports (Round 1) and ESPN Radio (Rounds 1-7).
SiriusXM: Jason Horowitz will anchor and be joined by former NFL scout, coach and front office executive Pat Kirwan, former NFL quarterback Jim Miller and former coach Rick Neuheisel throughout the entire draft.
ESPN Radio: Shae Peppler Cornette will host all three days and be joined by Mike Tannenbaum and Ian Fitzsimmons. Former NFL linebacker Bart Scott will also join them the first two nights, with NFL Draft analyst Jordan Reid adding his insights on the final day of the draft.