The 2020 NFL Draft is only two months away. This means that in two months America’s Favorite Sport will once again take center-stage as the sport’s future stars find out which team they will play for in the upcoming 2020-2021 NFL season. This year’s edition of the NFL Draft will take place in a city that is known for its glitz and glamour: Las Vegas, Nevada. The actual draft will be held along the city’s famous “Strip” where all of its famous hotels, shopping areas and of course, casinos are located. The NFL Draft Stage, where NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell will announce the names of the players drafted, will be on water. The draft’s stage will float right in front of the Bellagio; a casino in Las Vegas famous for its water shows. Players will be transported by boat, from where they will hear their names called to the center stage where they will shake hands with the Commissioner Goodell. The NFL hopes to match the city of Las Vegas’s glamour with its own elaborate, fancy draft. This will be the first NFL event held in Las Vegas, until August, when the Las Vegas Raiders will play its first game at the brand-new Allegiant Stadium. For now, it seems that the first pick in the NFL draft will be LSU Quarterback Joe Burrow, who will head back to his roots in the State of Ohio and play for the Cincinnati Bengals.
By Tanay Desai