BOSTON (CBS) – Not only is the draft starting two weeks later than normal this year, but the National Football League has added yet another wrinkle to this illustrious offseason event.
Walk up music for the top draft picks.
Much like home plate music in baseball and entrance music in UFC/boxing/WWE, the recent draftees will get to bear hug commissioner Roger Goodell under the comfort of their own personalized song.
Thirty prospects are slated to be in attendance at Radio City Music Hall Thursday night for the draft, so that means all thirty have submitted their walk up music to the league for when their name is called.
Jadeveon Clowney’s supposedly already picked his song, and it’s a rap number about walking into the club with a girl on his arm — nice.
The other song choices are unknown at this point, so on the latest edition of Keefer Madness, Adam Jones and Rich Keefe theorize what they might be.
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