ESPN asks for help from fan from virtual 2020 NFL Draft

ESPN asks for help from fan from virtual 2020 NFL Draft
Posted at 9:27 PM, Apr 18, 2020
and last updated 2020-04-18 23:27:56-04

The 2020 NFL draft will be different from anything football fans have seen before due to COVID-19.

The draft will be completely virtual, with commissioner Roger Goodell announcing picks from his basement.

With that, ESPN is looking for NFL fan of all ages to get dressed up in their favorite NFL team gear and film a video rooting on their team.

The world wide leader of sports is looking for fans to record a video on their cell phone horizontally (sideways) and film themselves answering these questions:

  1. What does the draft mean to you and your team?
  2. What message do you want to give to all your team’s fans out there?
  3. How can your team give you hope for the season at the draft? (don’t be too specific on players – position or overall wins works best)

They are also looking for you to perform your team's chant & let everyone know when your team is on the clokc (ex. “The Denver Broncos are on the clock!”)

After recording, you can submit your videos here (scroll to the bottom of the page).

The vritual NFL draft is schedule take place from April 23rd to April 25th, as it was originally going to take place in Las Vegas.