Penn State NFL Draft primer: possible landing spots, TV info, and more as former Lions wait to be picked

The first day of the NFL Draft has arrived.

It’s likely to be uneventful for Penn State’s draft class of 2016, but considering no bet is a safe one when it comes to the way 32 NFL teams think, maybe there will be some excitement for Christian Hackenberg on Day 1 after all.

PennLive will cover the draft wall-to-wall from Thursday through the final pick and signing of undrafted free agents on Saturday evening and Sunday morning. You can also follow the Philadelphia Eagles’ (here) and Pittsburgh Steelers’ (here) drafts specifically, and league-wide coverage from PennLive can be found on the NFL page

Broadcast Info:

ESPN channel finder and WatchESPN details

NFL Network channel finder and online streaming details

Round schedule: 

Round 1: Thursday, April 28th, 8pm ET; ESPN and NFL Network

Rounds 2-3: Friday, April 29th, 7pm ET; ESPN 7 p.m. – 8 p.m., ET, ESPN2 conclusion of third round

Rounds 4-7: Saturday, April 30th, Noon ET; ESPN and NFL Network

When could the Penn State players go?

Check out some additional thoughts at the link below, but in short: all three rounds.

Hackenberg is the only potential first-round pick at this point (and that’s a long shot), while Carl Nassib and Austin Johnson are both pegged to go in Rounds 2 or 3. Anthony Zettel and Jordan Lucas both have late-round grades,

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