The NFL Draft hats have made their way onto Twitter, and they look pretty good considering it’s tough to switch it up on an annual basis.
The NFL is always trying to figure out the next quality look when it comes to merchandise, and if we’re all being honest with ourselves, the mark isn’t always hit. However, the New Era draft hats for this year’s proceedings on April 26 down in AT&T Stadium actually look really solid.
While there is nothing very flashy about these, at least it plays to the specific fan bases in most cases instead of just throwing the nickname across the front. Additionally, there isn’t a bunch of nonsense all over the hat, making the look pretty clean.
The big question is who is going to be wearing each hat when the draft is finally complete. The Cleveland Browns have both the first and fourth-overall selections, but we still have no clue whether it will be Sam Darnold or Josh Allen walking across that stage to kick off the first round.
The same can be said for the New York Giants. General manager Dave Gettleman hasn’t given a clue one way or the other as to what his team will do with the second pick. New York could absolutely take a quarterback, it could move down the board and hoard more picks in a rebuilding effort.
The NFL Draft will begin on April 26 in Arlington, Texas and conclude Saturday, April 28. Afterwards, the NFL will continue its offseason schedule of OTAs and minicamp until training camps begin in late July.