The 2020 NFL Draft was the first of its kind. It was the first virtual draft as the NFL was abiding by the social distancing practices put in place by health officials because of COVID-19 aka the coronavirus.
While it's unknown whether the season will be impacted like in other sports, officials in Cleveland released the details for next year's draft.
The draft will be from April 29th-May 1st at locations around FirstEnergy Stadium and the Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Downtown Cleveland.
In a statement, president and CEO of Greater Cleveland Sports Commission and Destination Cleveland David Gilbert said “We’re excited for Cleveland to ‘Rock The Clock’ as the host of next year’s NFL Draft and NFL Draft Experience — assuming large gatherings can take place without compromising the well-being of participants. We, along with our partners at the NFL, the Cleveland Browns and the City of Cleveland, are steadfast in our commitment to ensuring the health and safety of all spectators and participants. We’re working tirelessly to make this the best Draft event yet — for the NFL and its fans as well as for the Cleveland community.”
As for the 2022 draft, the NFL has already said it will be back in Vegas to make up for this year's draft.