(Las Vegas, NV) -- The NFL Draft is still scheduled to begin next month, but it won't be the big event in Las Vegas as previously planned. The L.A. Times reports that the draft will likely be held in a studio setting, with video cut-ins of teams at their headquarters making selections. The draft was supposed to take place at the Bellagio Hotel. The NFL already announced last week that all public events related to the draft in Las Vegas have been canceled. Utah State quarterback Jordan Love and Utah cornerback Jaylon Johson are among the local players expected to be selected next month.