With all the conjecture, anticipation and hype surrounding the first round of the NFL Draft, it's easy to forget that the league's signature offseason event is three days and seven rounds long, as a total of 256 prospects will hear their name called when all is said and done.
After Thursday, April 30th's Round One, the household names might be largely off the board when the representatives reconvene on Friday and Saturday. But there will still be plenty of impact players to be taken in the later rounds.
Recently, a panel of NFL.com Draft experts discussed potential late-round gems. Cornerback Alex Carter from Stanford, Florida running back Matt Jones and defensive back D'Joun Smith from FAU were among the prospects that Daniel Jeremiah, Curtis Conway and Charles Davis believe can become sleeper picks in this year's Draft.
NFL Network analysts break down which names to watch out for as potential late-round gems in the draft.