NFL Draft 2016: Walk up songs for every prospect


What walk up each prospect at the 2016 NFL Draft will use to take the stage

The 2016 NFL Draft in Chicago promised to be a wild ride and big show with all things considered. With huge trades to move up in the first round going down prior to Thursday night and with many more trades likely coming, things looked wild. However, the one relatively certain thing is that all of the players in attendance would get to walk up on the stage to shake Roger Goodell’s hand after being selected.

While there are obviously some players that could slip out of the first round and not hear their name called until the second round, everyone in attendance is prepared to walk up on the stage and part of that prep is selecting their walk up song.

From, here are the walk up songs for all of the players in attendance at the 2016 NFL Draft (in alphabetical order):

Eli Apple: “Magnificent” – Rick Ross
Joey Bosa: “Sleepless” – Flume
Vernon Butler: “Really Really” – Kevin Gates
Corey Coleman: “Walk Thru” – Rich Homie Quan
Jack Conklin: “Big Gun” – AC/DC
Taylor Decker: “The Nights” – Avicci
Josh Doctson: “Love Yourz” – J. Cole
Kevin Dodd: “Chasin (TK n Cash)” – Pee Wee Longway
Ezekiel Elliott: “Hiroller” – Lil Uzi
Jared Goff: “California Love” – Tupac
Vernon Hargreaves: “Last Breath” – Future
Myles Jack: “Lemonade” – Gucci Mane
Chris Jones: “Summer 16” – Drake
Shaq Lawson: “Dead Presidents” – Bank Roll Fresh
Darron Lee: “Public Service Announcement” – Jay-Z
Keanu Neal: “Forever” – Drake
Robert Nkemdiche: “Lazarus” – David Bowie
Reggie Ragland: “Mo Money Mo Problems” – Notorious B.I.G.
Jalen Ramsey: “Ultralight Beam” – Kanye West
Jarran Reed: “Grind Slate” – Young Jeezy
A’Shawn Robinson: “Put On” – Young Jeezy
Ronnie Stanley: “Wicked” – Future
Laquon Treadwell: “Dream” – Young Thug
Laremy Tunsil: “Thank You” – Kodak Black
Carson Wentz: “Fly Over States” – Jason Aldean

Mad respect to Reggie Ragland with the Notorious B.I.G. and strong choice from Robert Nkemdiche with the Bowie. Though it may have no influence at all on the draft itself, it’s always fun to get a brief insight into these young guys by their music choices.

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