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What the heck was that suit Devin Bush was wearing at the NFL Draft?

Um, so what the heck was Devin Bush wearing?

During awards shows and red carpets, athletes and celebrities make fashion statements. Tonight, Michigan linebacker Devin Bush Jr. earned some major headlines with his fashion choices, which involved wearing a shoulder-harness looking outfit that kept him buckled him buckled inside the suit.

Twitter had a fun experience when looking at Devin Bush’s unconventional suit and hair choices during the 2019 NFL Draft. Despite the choices, the Pittsburgh Steelers gave up the No. 20 pick, a second-round in 2019, and a 2020 third-round pick to the Denver Broncos for the No. 10 pick.

As a rookie, Bush’s speed, skill, and leadership could make an immediate impact in Black and Gold.

Some media and Twitter users shared their reactions to his suit and hair choice.

Bush racked up 172 tackles and 10 sacks in three seasons at Michigan, but his suit sure racked up a few hits online.

For the Steelers, Devin Bush could make an instant impact as a rookie with his speed, and sideline coverage. Bush will also keep join his father, who played eight NFL seasons, as first-round draft choices. Both Bush family members wore similar fashion choices during Thursday’s draft.

Trades are very uncommon for the Steelers during the NFL Draft. Pittsburgh made its last big trade in 2003 for USC’s Troy Polamulu, who starred for 12 seasons.

Bush will also likely fill the shoes of injured linebacker Ryan Shazier, who has not played since suffering a spinal contusion against the Cincinnati Bengals in 2017.

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