Teams won’t be the only ones doing some picking at the 2014 NFL Draft.
For the first time in NFL draft history, prospects in attendance at New York’s Radio City Music Hall will be allowed to select the music that plays as they walk on stage and shake hands with (they hope) commissioner Roger Goodell, Rich Eisen reported Wednesday.
Goodell typically only works Round 1, which is Thursday; the Draft runs through Saturday.
No pressure at all for Johnny Manziel, Jadeveon Clowney, Blake Bortles or the other projected first-rounders to pick the perfect song for the most important day of their careers, but it should add some fun to their big moment.
And Johnny Football’s might already have been selected for him, as the Heisman Trophy winner is name-dropped in Drake’s “Draft Day.”
Big decisions lie ahead for the draftees, but here’s hoping at least one of them chooses “Let it Go” from “Frozen.”