The NFL is doing something a little different at this year’s draft.
The league on Wednesday announced that teams will make their Saturday selections from unique locations around their states, including landmarks, museums and military bases.
Per the NFL: “To honor the NFL’s 100th season, Round 6 will also highlight the League’s 13 ‘Original Towns,’ and with that, its 14 charter teams. To do so, select pick announcements on Day 3 will be coming from these historic cities.”
The league noted that seventh-round picks later Saturday would be made by local fans in Nashville.
Here are the team announcement sites scheduled for the third day of the NFL Draft:
—Picks will be announced from the famed O.K. Corral in Tombstone, Arizona.
—In celebration of the League’s 100th season, the team is partnering with Rochester, New York, one of the NFL’s original towns.
—Former Browns players will make picks from the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.
—Draft picks will be announced from the Winter Park Resort ski area.
—Team selections will be announced from the Henry Ford Museum of American Innovation in Dearborn, Michigan.
—Picks will be made internationally from Mexico City.
—The team will showcase its new stadium construction site in Los Angeles.
—Draft pick announcements will be made by children from the”Make-A-Wish” Castle in Monroe, New Jersey.
—Picks will be made by Black Knights parachuting at the U.S. Military Academy in West Point, New York.
—The team will showcase its new stadium construction site in Las Vegas.
—Picks will be made directly from the nation’s capital along the National Mall.
The NFL Draft kicks off Thursday and runs through Saturday in Tennessee’s capital.