It's a moment a select few individuals get to experience, and one they'll remember their entire lives: an NFL team has drafted them, they're at Radio City Music Hall, they walk up on stage and shake Roger Goodell's hand.
And now, they'll be able to associate that memory with a song:
For the first time ever, draftees have chosen the music that plays over speakers as they walk to the stage in Radio City Music Hall.— Rich Eisen (@richeisen) May 7, 2014
Yes, this is going to be wonderful:
I wonder what music Johnny Manziel is going to pick?
NFL asst. is asking draft picks for their walk out music after pick. Clowney first picked Migos "Handsome and Wealthy" but switched.— Josh Kendall (@JoshatTheState) May 7, 2014
Of course, the internet has fun with this:
Where can I go to spend $150 on this sweatshirt? pic.twitter.com/KD4UGIOlYI— Andrew Sharp (@andrewsharp) February 3, 2014
ME: What song do you plan on using for your entrance music? NFL DRAFT PROSPECT: Ghostface. The Champ. ME: [writes "1st Round" in notebook]— Danger Guerrero (@DangerGuerrero) May 7, 2014
They're doing walk-up music for the players at the NFL Draft? Someone PLEEEEASE do "Basketball" by Kurtis Blow.— Adam Jacobi (@Adam_Jacobi) May 7, 2014
I mean, it'll probably just be a sampling of songs that have been popular for the past two weeks, because 20-year-olds, but its cool that the players are given a hand in their moment.
Will wet myself if a draft pick comes out to Stone Cold's music. "The Falcons select Jadeveon Clowney" [glass shatters]— Brian Floyd (@BrianMFloyd) May 7, 2014