The New England Patriots don't pick until the very end of the first round. But make no mistake: They'll be plenty busy at the 2019 NFL Draft.
That's because Bill Belichick and Co. enter draft weekend with a total of 12 selections, tied with the New York Giants for the most of any team.
More than half of those picks are in the third or seventh round, as the Patriots have a total of four compensatory picks they received for losing New York Giants offensive lineman Nate Solder, Tennessee Titans cornerback Malcolm Butler, wide receiver Danny Amendola and offensive lineman Cameron Fleming prior to the 2018 season.
How many of these picks the Patriots actually keep remains to be seen. But for reference, here's a round-by-round list of New England's 12 draft picks as of Thursday afternoon.
No. 56 (via Chicago Bears)
No. 73 (via Detroit Lions)
No. 97 (compensatory selection)
No. 101 (compensatory selection)
No. 205 (compensatory selection)