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NASHVILLE http://www.steelerscheapauthenticstore.com/diontae-johnson-jersey-cheap , Tenn. (AP) — Man socks, so the pass rusher from Florida State had a pair overnighted to him in time for the red carpet at the NFL draft. The perfect touch to the purple suit and sunglasses making him the best-dressed.At least in his opinion.“How do I think I rate? I’m a 10. All day. I’m a 10,” Burns said. “Yeah it’s me. I’ve got it.”Walking any red carpet is a reason to dress up for the occasion, and young men going from college to work in front of a national audience absolutely want to look as good. Really good. And show some personality at the same time. The men who walked the red carpet Thursday as NFL prospects spent plenty of time deciding which look to wear.The fashion decisions went beyond simply picking out jackets, shirts and ties with some selecting fabrics, suggesting a look and even designing shoes. The spikier the better.Alabama running back Josh Jacobs, who estimates he has around 160 pairs of shoes, made sure to give himself options for the red carpet before selecting a pair of shoes with plenty of bling reflecting light.“I actually had five different pairs of shoes that I was going to wear … and I had three different suits, so I just put this together this morning,” said Jacobs, the first running back drafted when Oakland took him at No. 24.Offensive tackle Cody Ford, who will wait until Friday night to hear his name called in the draft, walked the red carpet in an eye-catching red velvet jacket selected after talking with his designer.“So he was like, ‘I’ve got velvet material, I’ve got the regular material.’ I was like, ‘I want to go velvet. I need velvet.’ So we went with the red, the black and finished it off with the Gucci shoes,” Ford said.Michigan linebacker Devin Bush knew exactly what he wanted too, even if he didn’t draw anything out in picking a black and white look for himself“I’m just a guy Justin Layne Jersey , I like what I like,” said Bush, who Pittsburgh traded up to No. 10 to draft to select. “I do what I like no matter what people say … This is just me. I didn’t design it, but I envisioned it. Me and my stylist kept going back and forth bouncing off ideas, and we came up with this.”Quinnen Williams went with an all-gray suit looking very professional outside. While many of the players had personal messages stitched or included inside their jackets, Williams wanted something a bit different.“But the inside, I’ve got a little kid. I’m going to do a thing,” Williams said. “It’s like a cartoon with a little kid named Isaac Brown. He’s a Disney actor. About a little kid that’s getting bullied that wants to be an NFL football player. That want to be a big time person and I’m that big time person, that NFL football player that he wants to be.”Williams didn’t have to wait too long to become that NFL player. The New York Jets made the defensive tackle from Alabama the third overall selection.Nick Bosa, taken No. 2 overall by San Francisco, repped his college with the inside liner of his jacket all Ohio State Buckeyes. Bosa says he went through a bunch of looks before choosing the jacket from the Michael Strahan collection at J.C. Penny.“It’s just a good look all around,” Bosa said.Even with all the sparkling watches and other jewelry, Georgia cornerback Deandre Baker made sure few could match what he wore before the New York Giant traded into the end of the first round to select him at No. 30. Baker had a star ring on his hand and a watch on his wrist with the biggest splash hanging around his neck on a chain.“It’s a great white shark on a big hook,” Baker said. “That’s me. I’m a big fish. The biggest fish in the sea.” Coach Tom Flores and defensive lineman Richard Seymour are Pro Football Hall of Fame finalists for the first time. They made the list for the Class of 2019, along with three first-year eligible players.The Hall of Fame announced the list of finalists Thursday night and to no ones surprise cornerback Champ Bailey, tight end Tony Gonzalez and safety Ed Reed could become first-ballot Hall of Famers.The 48 selectors will elect the Class of 2019 on Selection Saturday in Atlanta the day before Super Bowl LIII. The 15 modern-era candidates came from an original list of 103 nominees that was reduced to 25 semifinalists.The seniors committee elected safety Johnny Robinson as its finalist for the ballot, and Broncos owner Pat Bowlen and former Cowboys vice president of player personnel Gil Brandt are the contributors candidates.Here are the 15 modern-era candidates for the Class of 2019:• Steve Atwater, Safety – 1989-1998 Denver Broncos, 1999 New York Jets • Champ Bailey http://www.steelerscheapauthenticstore.com/benny-snell-jr.-jersey-cheap , Cornerback – 1999-2003 Washington Redskins, 2004-2013 Denver Broncos• Tony Boselli, Tackle – 1995-2001 Jacksonville Jaguars• Isaac Bruce, Wide Receiver – 1994-2007 Los Angeles/St. Louis Rams, 2008-09 San Francisco 49ers• Don Coryell, Coach – 1973-77 St. Louis Cardinals, 1978-1986 San Diego Chargers• Alan Faneca, Guard – 1998-2007 Pittsburgh Steelers, 2008-09 New York Jets, 2010 Arizona Cardinals• Tom Flores, Coach – 1979-1987 Oakland/Los Angeles Raiders, 1992-94 Seattle Seahawks• Tony Gonzalez, Tight End – 1997-2008 Kansas City Chiefs, 2009-2013 Atlanta Falcons • Steve Hutchinson, Guard – 2001-05 Seattle Seahawks, 2006-2011 Minnesota Vikings,2012 Tennessee Titans• Edgerrin James, Running Back – 1999-2005 Indianapolis Colts, 2006-08 Arizona Cardinals Zach Gentry Jersey ,2009 Seattle Seahawks • Ty Law, Cornerback – 1995-2004 New England Patriots, 2005, 2008 New York Jets,2006-07 Kansas City Chiefs, 2009 Denver Broncos• John Lynch, Free Safety – 1993-2003 Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2004-07 Denver Broncos• Kevin Mawae, Center – 1994-97 Seattle Seahawks, 1998-2005 New York Jets, 2006-09 Tennessee Titans• Ed Reed, Safety – 2002-2012 Baltimore Ravens, 2013 Houston Texans, 2013 New York Jets• Richard Seymour, Defensive End/Defensive Tackle – 2001-08 New England Patriots, 2009-2012 Oakland Raiders
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