The time has come.
All the mock drafts, player rankings and hours combing over grainy small-school game tape have fulfilled the craving for months, but now it is finally here.
In less than 24 hours, Commissioner Roger Goodell will march to the podium standing at the center of the Radio City Music Hall stage. He will welcome players, families and fans alike to this marvelous annual event before declaring that the Kansas City Chiefs are now on the clock with the first pick in the draft.
Mystery surrounds the eighth selection in the 2013 draft, as no one seems to agree with the direction that the new regime in Buffalo will go in.
That uncertainty may make some Bills fans nervous about adding another flop to a decade full of them, but the beauty of the 2013 draft is how unsettled it is at the top.
Fans will be sitting on the edge of their seats with each passing pick, wondering who will trade up or who will be the surprise pick. With the lack of "star power" at the top of the first round, NFL fans are about to be treated with three days of riveting, drama-filled television.
Over the next few slides we will take a look at players the Bills could potentially be looking at over the course of the draft. Certain positions, like defensive tackle and running back, will be omitted because of the high-level talent at those positions.
Also do not be surprised if top prospects at their respective positions do not make the big board. Positions that have a chance to be filled with the eighth pick will have the necessary prospects in those big-board rankings, while secondary needs will have mid-round talent listed.
Here's the final Buffalo Bills big board of the offseason.