It's likely Chase Young doesn't spend too much time undrafted during Thursday night's first round. He's the top defensive player in 2020 class and has been pegged as the top player in general by several draft pundits. At this point, he's the heavy favorite to be selected by the Redskins at No. 2 overall.
Young is seemingly locked to come off the board within the top five picks, and with the NFL draft going virtual this year, he's thought of a unique way to celebrate his selection.
"I'm gonna have 10 people in my house because that's the limit," Young told Mike Tirico on NBC Sports' Lunch Talk Live. "And I'll have basically a drive-in with the rest of my family and friends."
Young plans to put a projector on the side of his house to show the draft to the rest of his family and friends who will sit outside the house in their cars. Once he's drafted, he'll walk outside and greet everyone, all the while staying six feet away to uphold social distancing guidelines.
There's no experience like walking on stage to greet the NFL commissioner, but this has to be one of the best alternative ideas of all time.
The coronavirus pandemic has disrupted almost every aspect of the draft process, including the suits players wear on their special night.
"Gucci was supposed to do my suit," he said. "But it's in Italy right now, so I'll probably wear something by John Elliott. It's a designer in California."
Italy is under full lockdown to slow the spread of coronavirus in their country, so the Italian based designer obviously can't be shipping suits to the United States at this time.
We won't know for certain which team will make Young their first selection until around 8 p.m. Thursday night, but it's clear his draft night celebration will be must-see television.
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