In a few hours, hundreds of collegiate football athletes will find out which team they’ll be playing professional football with. How do they feel? What is it like finally being in the NFL? What kind of car are they going to buy?
You don’t have to be a professional reporter to find out.
Google and the NFL Players Association have partnered to host live, digital press conferences on Google Hangouts for 20 of the top prospects in the NFL Draft, which kicks off today at 5 p.m. PST.
University of Washington star tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins, a projected second-round pick, will take questions from media and fans just after his selection (likely tomorrow).
Here are the 19 other participating players, with hyperlinks to their Google Hangout pages:
- Davante Adams (Fresno St.)
- Kapri Bibbs (Colorado St.)
- Tajh Boyd (Clemson)
- Michael Campanaro (Wake Forest)
- Derek Carr (Fresno St.)
- Brandon Coleman (Rutgers)
- Brandin Cooks (Oregon St.)
- Devonta Freeman (Florida St.)
- Crockett Gillmore (Colorado St.)
- Marion Grice (Arizona St.)
- Allen Hurns (Miami, Fla.)
- Gabe Ikard (Oklahoma)
- Cody Latimer (Indiana)
- Terrance Mitchell (Oregon)
- Stephen Morris (Miami, Fla.)
- Kevin Pierre-Louis (Boston College)
- Connor Shaw (South Carolina)
- Marcus Smith (Louisville)
- Dezmen Southward (Wisconsin)
You can keep track of Hangout times at the NFLPA YouTube page.