Sneak Peek at 2014 NFL Draft Prospects' Walk-Up Songs

Kyle NewportFeatured ColumnistMay 8, 2014

Former Texas A&M football quarterback Johnny Manziel, left and entertainer, Drake leave the floor during halftime of the NCAA Final Four tournament college basketball semifinal game between Wisconsin and Kentucky Saturday, April 5, 2014, in Arlington, Texas. (AP Photo/David J. Phillip)
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Radio City Music Hall will be hearing a lot of Drake on Thursday night.

For the first time ever, NFL draft prospects were asked to select walk-up music to be played after they are selected. NFL.com's Dan Hanzus released a list of each prospect's song choice leading up to the draft.

Here's the full list: 

2014 NFL Draft Walk-Up Songs
PlayerSongArtist
Odell Beckham Jr.The Sky's The LimitLil Wayne
Blake BortlesBlow UpJ. Cole
Teddy BridgewaterThe World's GreatestR. Kelly
Ha Ha Clinton-DixNever Would Have Made ItMarvin Sapp
Jadeveon ClowneyThe ManAloe Blacc
Brandin Cooks & Ryan ShazierEverythangYoung Jeezy
Kony EalyMoney BabyK Camp
Eric EbronThey Don't Love You No MoreDJ Khaled
Mike EvansTrophiesYoung Money feat. Drake
Kyle Fuller and Ra'Shede HagemanWe Made ItDrake feat. Soulja Boy
Jimmy GaroppoloGood LifeKanye West feat. T-Pain
Justin GilbertWe Dem BoyzWiz Khalifa
Cyrus KouandjioRadioactiveImagine Dragons
Cody LatimerEverydayAce Hood
Marqise LeeHandsome & WealthyMigos
Taylor LewanRock CityKings of Leon
Khalil Mack & Greg RobinsonHappyPharrell Williams
Johnny ManzielDraft DayDrake
Jake MatthewsGoing The DistanceBill Conti
Jordan MatthewsThrough The WireKanye West
Morgan MosesSideline StoryJ. Cole
C.J. MosleyMy Favorite SongWiz Khalifa
Calvin PryorDreams & NightmaresMeek Mill
Bradley RobyBelieve MeDrake feat. Lil Wayne
Jason VerrettIcyGucci Mane
Sammy WatkinsLook What You've DoneDrake
via NFL.com

It should come as no surprise that rapper Drake, a huge pro sports fan, was a common pick among the prospects. Of course, Johnny Manziel's selection was an obvious choice.

If you have a Spotify account, you can listen to them here: 

Which prospect do you think picked the best song?