Professional sports drafts bring out the best and the worst of the fashion world. A nice suit says, "I'm here, and I'm ready to make an impact." But a bad suit? A bad suit says, "HEY EVERYONE, LOOK AT ME!"
The 2010 NFL Draft was no exception: we saw some good, some bad, and some ugly. Let's take a look at the best and the worst from round one.
Sam Bradford was certainly dressed loudly on Thursday night. I'm definitely digging the color combination, especially the turquoise tie. But that haircut? I think it's safe to say it makes him look like a 12 year-old.
Ndamukong Suh does not have a body that's built for a suit. He is the ultimate example of a man who belongs in sweats and a t-shirt. His shirt looks like a picnic table with a giant yellow mustard stain for a tie.
Gerald McCoy looks like he belongs in a suit. If I'm not mistaken, he was the only draft pick wearing a straight black suit. Low-key and classy, McCoy looked more like a stock broker than a defensive tackle.
Trent Williams went for the three-piece pinstripe suit - not too shabby. I'm also digging the baby blue kerchief, a bold move that payed off. Kudos to your tailor, Trent.
Eric Berry did it big and went for the floral tie. I thought I was the only one who liked it, but judging by Goodell's body language, I wasn't alone. Extra points for rocking the Tennessee orange.
I've got to award some serious points to Okung for thinking outside of the box and choosing a purple tie with a matching kerchief. Not everyone is comfortable enough with their manhood to rock a metro-sexual look, but he did, and he pulled it off.
Where the hell did Joe Haden find this suit? He must have stumbled into a hot-tub time machine and gone back to 1940. He better hurry back before Al Capone realizes his favorite suit-jacket is missing.
Usually, running backs and wide receivers are the flashiest dressers. Unfortunately, Spiller never got the memo. I can't tell where his tie ends and his shirt begins. A little contrast could have gone a long way here.
I thought Tim Tebow was a little classier than this. Everyone else seemed to be wearing a suit, even if they weren't in the green room. This is a Jersey Shore outfit, bro. And rubber bands? Really? I say "F" for lack of effort.