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  • 01:38 PM ET  04.27
The NFL draft is this weekend, and if you haven't had a chance to weigh in on who you'd choose first overall, your top sleepers, and who you think are the most overrated and underrated players, now's your last chance. However, one final draft question looms: how closely do you plan to follow it?

On Wednesday, SI.com's Tim Layden proclaimed that the draft is the biggest sporting event of the year – bigger than the Super Bowl, Final Four, World Series, Wrestlemania and anything else you can think of. While this may be a tad overstated, nobody can argue that the draft has become big business and a major event. Today, we want to know how big you think it is? Will you spend Saturday and Sunday glued to your television, listening to Mel Kiper Jr. tell you why the guard from South Alabama State is a future All-Pro? Personally, I'm more interested in the NBA Playoffs and the Red Sox-Yankees series. I'm a huge NFL fan, but I just don't see the point of spending 16 hours (over the course of two days) in front of my television when I can read Peter King on Monday and see who the winners and the losers were. After all, there's no actual football taking place.

Tell us where you stand on this NFL Draft mania.

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