Seven picks in around 50 minutes. This is actually moving fairly quickly.
The first three picks went exactly as pretty much everyone expected, with Sam Bradford going to the Rams, Ndamukong Suh going to the Lions, and the Buccaneers taking Gerald McCoy with the third overall pick.
From there, the Redskins started the run on offensive tackles by taking Trent Williams at No. 4.
The Skins gave up their second-round pick after trading for Donovan McNabb, so they were never really a contender in the Jared Gaither sweepstakes.
Every other team that takes an offensive tackle the rest of the night can be crossed off the list as potential landing spots for the Ravens' left tackle as well.
(Seattle joins that list after taking Russell Okung at No. 6.)
Teams in the market for an offensive tackle that end up going home tonight without one, however, might be picking up the phone and giving Ravens GM Ozzie Newsome a call.
We'll see how the next handful of picks play out and keep an eye on how the next wave of OTs fall.