Perhaps one of the more interesting changes to this year’s NFL draft was the league allowing the prospects to choose their own walk-up music at Radio City Music Hall.
While many were curious as to what the draftees would pick, NFL.com released all of the song choices for each prospect just before the first day of the draft Thursday.
While most of them went for your standard pump-up music, there were a few interesting choices in the group.
For starters, apparently enough people aren’t sick of Pharrell Williams’ “Happy” that two prospects — Khalil Mack and Greg Robinson — actually chose it. A couple of guys went for some nice throwbacks, too, with Teddy Bridgewater selecting R. Kelly’s “The World’s Greatest” and Jordan Matthews picking Kanye West’s “Through the Wire.”
The best choice might have to be Johnny Manziel’s, though. He had enough audacity to choose Drake’s “Draft Day,” in which the rapper name-drops Manziel.
Check out all of the draftees’ walk-up songs here, and be sure to check out NESN’s live coverage of the 2014 NFL Draft.