Once again, I have to observe that this is really pathetic. They could easily conduct a five-round draft in a couple of hours. I mean, they still routinely have done 30 rounds in one afternoon (rounds 11-40 in recent drafts). The only reason they drag this out is to give the talking heads lots of time to talk, and give the sponsors lots of time to run advertising. It will be interesting to see how this plays out, if there are no likely draftees waiting in a studio to don hats or jerseys, and no remote cameras in the homes of likely draftees. We'll be left with Callis and Mayo talking to each other - possibly on remote links from their living rooms - and nothing else but long periods of... well, nothing.
They've got 150 picks (plus presumably all the competitive balance and QO-related picks), so maybe 170 picks total? They can do that in two hours, at 30 seconds between picks (which has been the standard for rounds 11-40, and used to be the standard for the whole draft back in the pre-TV days).
But of course, they prefer to insult our intelligence and subject us to hours of marketing...
EDIT: June 10 and 11! I just recalled that we have scheduled two weeks in the mountains in the first half of June... so I will most likely actually be pleasurably engaged (hiking in the woods, cooking, maybe get the canoe out...). I'll probably be reading about the draft, after-the-fact, right here!