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Last night at Radio City Music Hall, a few lucky men had their lives changed forever.

For these men who were drafted into the NFL in the first round, their names will forever be in the history books for their ability on the field.

Unfortunately, for the style-minded, like every year, some of these men wouldn’t even be drafted to a pee wee team. But, for a chosen few it was obvious that they may have picked up a men’s fashion magazine once or twice before.

After sorting through the guys, we saw a lot of fashion mishaps including poorly fitted clothing, bad color combinations and even gaudy monogrammed belts, but there were definitely a few guys who did the damn thing and stepped out lookin’ all fresh.

Scroll down for our top five style draft picks from last night’s NFL Draft at Radio City Music Hall in New York City.

5. Bjoern Werner got picked to play for the Indianapolis Colts and look great in a well tailored black suit and slim tie combination. 

4. Dion Jordan got picked to play for the Miami Dolphins. His blue suit, gold and burgundy tie and pocket tie combination was very well put together.

3. Luke Joeckel got picked to play for the Jacksonville Jaguars. Even with his frame he managed to find a well fitted grey suit with a navy striped tie and a gingham pocket square that matched his shirt. He looked very dapper.

2. Sharrif Floyd got picked by the Minnesota Vikings. They say that only real men can pull off pink and Sharrif did it very well paired with a grey suit and black tie.  His black pocket square had a pop of pattern that worked well with his suit.

1. Barkevious Mingo got picked by the Cleveland Browns and his suit was by far the best fitting of the night. It was also great that his tie and pocket square combination went perfectly with his new team uniform.