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2014 NFL Draft: Day two preview, start time, TV channel, online streaming, South Carolina players still on the board, and more

It's day two the of the 2014 NFL Draft, and the madness continues on tonight with second and third round coverage. Your viewing options may have slightly changed, but we've got you updated on how you take in all of the nights action and not miss a single pick!

Cliff Hawkins

What time does the second round start?

Round two gets underway at 7 p.m. EDT from Radio City Music Hall in New York City. Round three will follow immediately thereafter. In the second round of the NFL Draft, teams are given seven minutes to make each of their selections. In the third round, time drops down a bit and teams are then given five minutes to make their picks.

Is it still on TV?

The second round of the draft is right where you left off. Both ESPN and the NFL Network will continue their live coverage of every player selected in the second round and third rounds of the NFL Draft. ESPN will split their second and third round coverage, as they will broadcast the second round on the main network  beginning at 7:00 p.m. EST and then transition to ESPN2 for continued coverage of the third round. The NFL Network will be airing both the second and third rounds.

Can I watch online?

Live coverage will continue to stream from the NFL Network, as they will be airing every pick directly on their website. ESPN will also be airing each pick from their Watch ESPN stream. Both options are available through your tablet, computer, or mobile device.

First round highlights

Former South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney was selected No. 1 overall by the Houston Texans, as expected. Clowney joins an already fierce defensive line, anchored by fourth-year defensive end, J.J. Watt. Together, these two will have the potential of forming the nastiest defensive end duo in the modern NFL era.

In the first round, we saw eleven SEC players selected, more than any other conference in college football. The SEC should still be represented nicely in tonight's events as players like Cyrus Kouandjio, Kony Ealy, AJ McCarron of Alabama and Tre Mason of Auburn, just to name a few that are ripe for the picking in the coming rounds.

Will any Gamecocks be picked in round two?

Jadeveon Clowney was the lone selection from South Carolina in round one. The next Gamecock taken will likely be one of Bruce Ellington, Kelcy Quarles, or Victor Hampton, although which order they'll go in is hard to pin down. Each have received mid-round evaluations ranging from the second round to the fifth. If Connor Shaw or Chaz Sutton were to be taken on day two, it would be a major surprise.

Where can I find analysis of each and every selection made in the draft?

The Meat Locker will continue to keep you posted throughout the second and third rounds at the Garnet and Black Attack twitter feed and. We'll also be posting to the site whenever your favorite Gamecocks come off the board. For inside scoop on potential trades, we recommend following Matthew Fairburn and Dan Kadar of Mocking The Draft as well as SB Nation NFL.

You'll also want to familiarize yourself with this beautiful draft tracker.


So, how many (and which) Gamecocks do you think will get selected on day two?