Draft live on Sky!

You can watch the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft live on Sky Sports and also on Now TV.

Last Updated: 25/04/13 at 06:10

The NFL Draft 2012

The NFL Draft 2012

Behind the Super Bowl, the NFL Draft is probably the most eagerly-anticipated event on the NFL calendar, and you can see just who will be this year's top pick live on Sky Sports.

You can join Kevin Cadle, Neil Reynolds and special guest Tony Boselli - the first ever Draft pick selected by the Jacksonville Jaguars back in 1995.

It all goes down at midnight on April 25 live on Sky Sports 1HD, and it will now also be available to non-Sky subscribers who can watch the Draft live via a Now TV Day Pass.

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With the expert analysis of Kev and Neil, Boselli can also offer his insight into what it's like being a first-round draft pick, waiting for your name to be called out.

We'll also have a camera out in New York at Radio City Music Hall to get all the best interviews and reaction to the draft as it happens.

Although there are no Andrew Lucks or Robert Griffin IIIs this year, there is a wealth of talent stretching right down the Draft Class of 2013.

The Kansas City Chiefs are the first off the boards as they own the first pick following a dreadful season last year, but as is the way with American sport they will get the chance to bounce back by having the first pick of college talent.

Will it be Luke Joeckel or fellow offensive tackle Eric Fisher that will be this year's No 1 draft pick - which isn't always a sign of remarkable things to come for that player.

London-bound Jacksonville have the second pick, will they go for Geno Smith as their franchise quarterback or plump for defensive end Dion Jordan?

Britain's Menelik Watson could well sneak into the first round of the draft to make history, while his Florida State team-mate Bjoern Werner is a certain first-rounder as a European influence starts to grow in the NFL.

Added to that is SMU defensive end Margus Hunt, who has the striking nickname of the Eastern Block for his ability to stop field goals being kicked.

And all this before we start to talk about Manti Te'o and his remarkable storyline heading towards the Draft.

Our live NFL Draft coverage starts at Midnight on April 25 on Sky Sports 1HD - and is also available on via the Sky Sports Day Pass. Click Here to find out how you can get Now TV

For the first time ever, Pay As You Go Sky Sports is available on NOW TV. The Sky Sports Day Pass lets you watch all six channels for 24 hours for just £9.99. So whether it's Football, Golf, Formula 1®, Tennis or NFL, you can pick and choose, dip in and dip out. There's no contract. Just sport.

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