2014 NFL Draft Songs: Grades for the Best and Worst Walk-Up Songs

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2014 NFL Draft Songs: Grades for the Best and Worst Walk-Up Songs
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For the first time ever, prospects at the NFL draft have been allowed to select their own walk-up music to be played when Roger Goodell calls their name. 

While ultimately inconsequential, picking the right music for the biggest moment of your life is a heavy burden. Do you go with big-swinging rap tracks? Towering stadium rock? How about "I Saw The Sign" by Ace of Base? The Internet would crumble if Blake Bortles came shimmying onstage at the Radio City Music Hall with that playing.

We'll be keeping track of the best and the worst walk-up songs of the 2014 NFL draft. Who knows what Jadeveon Clowney, Johnny Manziel and the gang will have in store for us when 8 p.m. ET rolls around, but rest assured, they will be lauded or mocked summarily for their choices.

Why? Because it's the draft. Duh.

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