The NFL Draft is an event that takes place annually and allows NFL teams to select eligible college football players to join their rosters.

The draft order is determined by the previous season's win-loss record, with the team with the worst record having the first pick.

The draft consists of 7 rounds, with each team having one pick in each round. Teams can trade picks and players to move up or down in the draft order.

The purpose of the draft is to allow teams to add new players and build their rosters for the upcoming season.

To be eligible for the draft, players must be out of high school for at least three years and have used up their college eligibility before the start of the next college football season. 

Underclassmen and players who have graduated before using all their college eligibility can request approval to enter the draft early.

Once the draft is complete, newly selected players are assigned to their new NFL teams and begin the process of preparing for the upcoming season.