2014 NFL Draft players get choice of 'walk out music'
2014 NFL Draft choices will get to choose music they can walk out to when they're chosen.
One of the more underrated questions to debate is what song you'd choose as your at-bat music if you were a professional baseball player. NFL rookies-to-be can answer that question on Thursday, as they'll get to pick "walk-up music" during the 2014 NFL Draft.
Per Rich Eisen of the NFL Network, draftees will get tunes associated with their walk onto the stage.
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
I can't overstate how important song selection is here, as there are myriad ways you can screw up this p
You come with something soft and you're gonna look like a chump when you get on stage. Going with the latest Miley Cyrus tune might seem hilarious right now. But it could look like choosing Four Non Blondes in 20 years.
Plus, the team that drafts you might immediately rescind your draft rights and refuse to give you any money.
No, you've got to choose wisely while deciding what music will forever be associated with your entry into the world of professional football.
Going with something traditional but cool is the smart player here.
My pick below. Leave yours in the comments.
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