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Here’s a List of Walk-Up Songs For Every Prospect at the 2014 NFL Draft

by: JamieD On  Friday, May 9, 2014

Drake and Johnny Manziel

We already told you that the NFL was going to allow draftees to select their own walk-up music for this year’s NFL Draft at the Radio City Music Hall in New York.  Heck, we even provided you with a example of what such an idea may have looked like had it been applied to previous drafts.

And now we have for you a complete list of every walk-up song selected by every possible draftee in attendance at the 2014 NFL Draft, courtesy of NFL.com’s Dan Hanzus.

Here it is:

Jadeveon Clowney: Aloe Blacc, “The Man”

Odell Beckham Jr.: Lil Wayne, “The Sky’s The Limit”

Blake Bortles: J. Cole, “Blow Up”

Teddy Bridgewater: R. Kelly, “The World’s Greatest”

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix: Marvin Sapp, “Never Would Have Made It”

Brandin Cooks: Young Jeezy, “Everythang”

Ryan Shazier: Young Jeezy, “Everythang”

Kony Ealy: K Camp, “Money Baby”

Eric Ebron: DJ Khaled, “They Don’t Love You No More”

Mike Evans: Young Money feat. Drake, “Trophies”

Kyle Fuller: Drake feat. Soulja Boy, “We Made It”

Ra’Shede Hageman: Drake feat. Soulja Boy, “We Made It”

Jimmy Garoppolo, Kanye West feat. T-Pain, “Good Life”

Justin Gilbert: Wiz Khalifa, “We Dem Boyz”

Cyrus Kouandjio: Imagine Dragons, “Radioactive”

Cody Latimer: Ace Hood, “Everyday”

Marqise Lee: Migos, “Handsome & Wealthy”

Taylor Lewan: Kings Of Leon, “Rock City”

Khalil Mack: Pharrell Williams, “Happy”

Greg Robinson: Pharrell Williams, “Happy”

Johnny Manziel: Drake, “Draft Day”

Jake Matthews: Bill Conti, “Going The Distance”

Jordan Matthews: Kanye West, “Through The Wire”

Morgan Moses: J. Cole, “Sideline Story”

C.J. Mosley: Wiz Khalifa, “My Favorite Song”

Calvin Pryor: Meek Mill, “Dreams & Nightmares”

Bradley Roby: Drake feat. Lil Wayne, “Believe Me”

Jason Verrett: Gucci Mane, “Icy”

Sammy Watkins: Drake, “Look What You’ve Done”

Looks like the real winner of this year’s draft was Drake, who is featured in the songs chosen by six different NFL prospects.  But only one of those players was lucky enough to have Drake make a song just for him.

You probably already know who that special someone is.

 

 

 




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