#1: Johnny Manziel — Although he wasn’t the top NFL draft pick, he is excelling on sartorial rules. For extra points, cut down the size of the tie, you’re still a star.
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#3: Blake Bortles — He’s following the lighter blue suit trend, however, a notch lapel would be less overwhelming and it’s clear that he loves shoes.
#4: Justin Gilbert — Although this look could be more appropriate for a Martha Stewart barbecue in the Hamptons, his male supermodel stance helps him carry it off.
#5: Teddy Bridgewater — The play on silks and jewel tones is very well-executed. Next time, the tie needs to be two inches shorter.
#6: Eric Ebron — The vintage-inspired tie shows his interest in fashion, however, most of the time less is less. Lose the boutonniere.
#7: Jadeveon Clowney — Tops in the NFL draft, we hope made-to-measure suits are in his future. This one is too boxy and hides his superhero physique.
#8: Khalil Mack — A fashionista caught in the act. A darker collar can be as fun and more stylish.
#9: Ha Ha Clinton-Dix — The 70s prom-night look is back and some things should never be revisited. But beautiful shoes.
#10: Greg Robinson — The suit is a touchdown. However, the shadow silk polka-dot shorts paired with the oversize printed bow tie takes the look into unflattering territory.
#11: Mike Evans — Has he been watching too many Thirties Prohibition movies? Interesting effort pairing the suit with the sneakers, however, the overall ensemble is a bit overwhelming.
#12: Jake Matthews — Alligator cowboy boots worn with an ill-fitting light blue suit is the fashion kiss of death, but in Tampa Bay (where he is headed), it might work.
#13: Ryan Shazier — This look belongs on the Star Trek Enterprise.
#14: Taylor Lewan — Two sizes too small plus light-colored thin fabric and a sudden Western detail is not red-carpet appropriate, but probably equals a fun night out. Loving the “Risky Business” Wayfarers.