What day is it? Where am I? Why do I feel like the draft has been going on for about a month and a half?
I woke up this morning completely confused, knowing in my drowsy state that it was the last day of the draft, but unaware of pretty much everything else.
I spent the first half hour that I was awake thinking that it was Sunday. I must have reverted to the old format in my head.
Anyway, I'm back at Ravens headquarters (which lately has been my home away from home) for rounds four through seven today.
The Ravens currently have four picks today; a fourth-rounder (114 overall), two fifth-rounders (156 and 157 overall) and one sixth-round pick (194 overall).
They'll likely be looking for a cornerback (keep an eye on Akwasi Owusu-Ansah from Indiana (PA) and Oklahoma State's Perrish Cox) and a wide receiver (Florida's Riley Cooper and Kansas' Dezmon Briscoe are options) at some point in there, and I wouldn't be surprised to see a safety head the Ravens' way as well.
I'm not sure how far Myron Rolle, the Rhodes Scholar from Florida State, will fall, but if the safety is still around when the Ravens are on the clock later in the day, I think he would be a nice pickup.
Some NFL front offices might be scared off by Rolle's intelligence and passion for things outside of football. If I'm a GM, however, I would want that guy on my side.
Settle in, folks. We've got another long day ahead of us.