For all that is said about the game-changing talent that joins the league on draft day, or the wheeling and dealing that is done by clever team executives entrenched in their war rooms, there is another side of the NFL draft that we feel doesn't get enough attention: Draft day fashion.
Yes, we remember the great draft snubs and trades, but we also remember the ties and shirts. Think about LaDainian Tomlinson, drafted fifth overall in 2001 wearing a gray suit and impressively shiny gold shirt and tie. For a more modern example, you can go back to 2016, when the Dallas Cowboys' star running back Ezekiel Elliott was selected while wearing a crop-top shirt with a normal suit, a style he says gives him more comfort. Of course, some players don't even bother with a suit -- just check out the everyman button down and jeans rocked by Drew Bledsoe when he was drafted number one overall by the New England Patriots in 1993.
Fashion choices aren't everything, but as they say, the clothes make the man. If you can tell us about your personality in other ways relating to the game of football, we'll tell you which team is most likely to choose you to be the future of their squad. So throw on your best shimmering tie and embroidered tuxedo blazer -- you're almost ready to run with the big dogs.