Thursday morning, Texas A&M quarterback Johnny Manziel took to the field in College Station for his Pro Day, his last chance to show NFL scouts what he can do before the NFL Draft hits this coming May.
Whether or not Johnny Football will succeed at the next level remains to be seen, but one thing is for certain: This was the most publicized pro day in history.
With that, of course, come the twitter reactions from people around the internet world:
Packers QB Aaron Rodgers weighed in with his thoughts:
Of course, the music selection during the festivities caused a bit of a stir:
Manziel’s QB coach, George Whitfield, was also on hand to help his client…with his broom, of course:
Well, Aaron Rodgers is not a fan of the NFL Network commentary. I guess the odd man out is Kurt Warner.
Right after the festivities got underway, former President George Bush popped in to join the party.
Oh, the broom jokes have just been tremendous:
EVERYONE WANTS THE BROOM:
But don’t forget, he is actually trying to impress scouts, and he’s doing a pretty good job:
NFL.com analyst Gil Brandt weighs in:
Even right in the middle of March Madness, ESPN’s Seth Greenberg shares his thoughts:
Also, the photoshops are tremendous:
There’s has never been a Pro Day like this before, and I’m sure there might not be one like it ever again.
Get ready, NFL.