NFL releases list of walk-out songs for 2014 NFL Draft prospects
The full list of 2014 NFL Draft walk-out songs have been released.
30 players are in New York City for the 2014 NFL Draft and they were given an option to pick out a "walk out song." Those songs have been released in advance.
Via NFL.com's Around the League comes the list, sorted alphabetically with YouTube link and, thanks to hero Dan Hanzus, a Spotify playlist at the bottom.
Yes, obviously Johnny Manziel is coming out to Drake and, yes, obviously it is "Draft Day." This isn't a surprise but it warrants mentioning that he's walking out to a song featuring a namecheck of him. It's almost impossible to ball any harder.
Odell Beckham Jr.
The Sky's The Limit - Lil Wayne
Blow Up - J. Cole
The World's Greatest - R. Kelly
Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
Never Would Have Made It - Marvin Sapp
The Man - Aloe Blacc
Brandin Cooks and Ryan Shazier
Everythang - Young Jeezy
Money Baby - K Camp
They Don't Love You No More - DJ Khaled
Trophies - Young Money feat. Drake
Kyler Fuller and Ra'Shede Hageman
We Made It - Drake feat. Soulja Boy
Good Life - Kanye West feat. T-Pain
We Dem Boyz - Wiz Khalifa
Radioactive - Imagine Dragons
Everyday - Ace Hood
Handsome & Wealthy - Migos
Rock City - Kings Of Leon
Khalil Mack & Greg Robinson
Happy - Pharrell Williams
Draft Day - Drake
Going The Distance - Bill Conti
Through The Wire - Kanye West
Sideline Story - J. Cole
My Favorite Song - Wiz Khalifa
Dreams & Nightmares - Meek Mill
Believe Me - Drake feat. Lil Wayne
Icy - Gucci Mane
Look What You've Done - Drake
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