NFL unveils "walk-out songs" for 30 NFL Draft prospects at Radio City Music Hall

Posted May 8, 2014

For the first time ever, NFL Draft prospects on site for tonight's first round were asked to select their very own "walk-up song" when greeting NFL Commissioner Roger Goodell on stage.

Thirty NFL hopefuls are gathered inside New York City's Radio City Music Hall ahead of tonight's 2014 NFL Draft, and for the first time ever, they were asked to choose a "walk-out song" to be played if their name is announced.'s Around the League writer Dan Hanzus has released the list of tracks chosen by each individual prospect. Surprisingly, there's only three duplicates in the bunch - Young Jeezy's "Everythang," Drake's "We Made It" and Pharrell Williams' "Happy." Other than that, South Carolina defensive end Jadeveon Clowney went with Aloe Blacc's "The Man," made popular this past season by the Beats By Dre headphones commericals featuring Seahawks cornerback Richard Sherman, San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, and more. Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel chose Drake's "Draft Day," which features his own name in the track's opening lyric: "Draft day, Johnny Manziel, Five years later how am I the man still?"

Courtesy of Hanzus, check out the complete list of "walk-up songs" for each of tonight's 30 potential draftees, as well as a handy Spotify playlist embedded for you at the bottom of the page. Rock on, the draft is just minutes away.

Odell Beckham Jr.
The Sky's The Limit - Lil Wayne

Blake Bortles
Blow Up - J. Cole

Teddy Bridgewater
The World's Greatest - R. Kelly

Ha Ha Clinton-Dix
Never Would Have Made It - Marvin Sapp

Jadeveon Clowney
The Man - Aloe Blacc

Brandin Cooks and Ryan Shazier
Everythang - Young Jeezy

Kony Ealy
Money Baby - K Camp

Eric Ebron
They Don't Love You No More - DJ Khaled

Mike Evans
Trophies - Young Money feat. Drake

Kyler Fuller and Ra'Shede Hageman
We Made It - Drake feat. Soulja Boy

Jimmy Garoppolo
Good Life - Kanye West feat. T-Pain

Justin Gilbert
We Dem Boyz - Wiz Khalifa

Cyrus Kouandjio
Radioactive - Imagine Dragons

Cody Latimer
Everyday - Ace Hood

Marqise Lee
Handsome & Wealthy - Migos

Taylor Lewan
Rock City - Kings Of Leon

Khalil Mack & Greg Robinson
Happy - Pharrell Williams

Johnny Manziel
Draft Day - Drake

Jake Matthews
Going The Distance - Bill Conti

Jordan Matthews
Through The Wire - Kanye West

Morgan Moses
Sideline Story - J. Cole

C.J. Mosley
My Favorite Song - Wiz Khalifa

Calvin Pryor
Dreams & Nightmares - Meek Mill

Bradley Roby
Believe Me - Drake feat. Lil Wayne

Jason Verrett
Icy - Gucci Mane

Sammy Watkins
Look What You've Done - Drake