The Songs 7 NFL Prospects Would Come on Stage To If the NFL Allowed Walk-Up Music at the Draft

From Big Sean to Beyonce, these are the songs seven top NFL prospects would love to hear on their big day.

One of the best things about being a professional baseball player is the opportunity to select whatever song you want to blast out of the speakers as you stroll to the plate. Not only does it give fans a little insight into your personal musical tastes, but hearing your jam as you prepare to face Clayton Kershaw elicits a chemical reaction in your brain that slows down time. It's science, clearly.

For the hundreds of NFL prospects who will soon experience the first milestone in their pro football careers when their name is called by Roger Goodell at the Draft in late April, having their favorite song play as they cross the stage would be sweet icing on an already delicious cake. As of this moment, that's not going to happen, but STACK decided to ask a handful of top prospects what tune they'd select for their big moment. Here are their answers:

Patrick Mahomes II, QB, Texas Tech: "I Made It" - Big Sean

Solomon Thomas, DE, Stanford: "Formation" - Beyonce

Jamal Adams, SS, LSU: Anything by Drake or J. Cole

Aaron Jones, RB, UTEP: "Congratulations" - Post Malone ft. Quavo

Raekwon McMillan, LB, Ohio State: "Finally Rich" - Chief Keef or "Finally Made It" - Rich Homie Quan

T.J. Watt, LB, Wisconsin: "Homegrown" - Zac Brown Band

Sidney Jones, CB, Washington: "Congratulations" - Post Malone ft. Quavo

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Topics: NEWS | MUSIC | BIG SEAN | DRAKE | NFL DRAFT | PATRICK MAHOMES | PATH TO THE PROS 2017 | SOLOMON THOMAS | JAMAL ADAMS | POST MALONE | BEYONCE