'Bama on the Red Carpet

'Bama on the Red Carpet

NEW YORK, N.Y. -- Alabama's best were on hand at Radio City Music Hall in New York City Thursday night for the NFL Draft. BamaMag.com was there as well to gather the pro hopefuls' thoughts soon before hearing their names called.

Alabama was well represented Thursday evening outside Manhattan's famed Radio City Music Hall. The Big Apple showed the utmost hospitality with a red carpet almost crimson for the Tide contingent walking the rope lined path. D.J. Fluker, Eddie Lacy, Dee Milliner and Chance Warmack were four of the twenty-three invites to the 2013 NFL Draft in New York City. They were joined by a famous alumnus of The Capstone familiar with Broadway – Super Bowl III MVP quarterback, Joe Namath.

‘BAMA Magazine/BamaMag.com was present for the 2013 Draft Red Carpet event.

Standout offensive tackle prospect D.J. Fluker was the first former Tider we caught up with on the red carpet about 90 minutes prior to the start of the show.



Lacy stopped by to talk about his unusual situation and chance at history with a former high school teammate.



Perhaps set to be the initial Alabama player taken, Dee Milliner brought a host of people close to him along for one of the biggest days of his life.



Set to be one of the higher guards taken in the Draft, Chance Warmack completes his rise from middle-of-the-road recruit to NFL standout on Thursday.



And one of the more well-known former Alabama greats took in the day as well. Joe Namath had plenty to say on the NFL and of course his Alma Mater.



BamaMag.com's John Garcia Jr. contributed to this feature.

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