After years of beasting throughout high school and college, no night is more influential for college football's best than NFL Draft night. The 75th annual NFL Draft takes place tonight (7:30 p.m.) in NYC at Radio City Music Hall. Beforehand, key decisions have to be made like what suit to wear (no chopper ), what to buy first with that NFL cake, and how to deal with those long lost second cousins.

Complex caught up with All-American safety Tennessee Vol, Eric Berry, as he got fitted at Diddy's "Kings of the Gridiron" suit tailoring event days before tonight's draft. The NCAA interceptions leader and top NFL Draft prospect (reports have him going in the top five) told us his favorite NFL players to watch while growing up...

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SEAN TAYLOR, WASHINGTON REDSKINS
"That's my No. 1 because the way he played the game. He feared no man on the field and played with such reckless abandon. R.I.P."

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RAY LEWIS, BALTIMORE RAVENS
"Just the way he gets into it. He's a great leader, the way he just gets his team to rally behind him and he led his team to a Super Bowl. That's the ultimate achievement, so he has to be on this list."

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REGGIE BUSH, NEW ORLEANS SAINTS
"I liked watching Reggie Bush especially while I was in high school, seeing him play in college. Just the fact that he could take it the distance on any play. I really enjoyed watching him play and he's brought that same speed and agility to the league."

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ED REED, BALTIMORE RAVENS
"Though he's a defensive player he's instant offense, because as soon as he gets the ball in his hands (with an interception) there's no telling what he might do."

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TROY POLAMALU, PITTSBURGH STEELERS
"He plays to bring the ball carrier down by any means necessary. Whether it's by an arm, a leg, big toe, it don't matter. He's going to get you down. [Laughs.] "

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BONUS QUESTIONS:

Complex: What artists are you currently bumpin' in your iPod?

Eric: I always listen to Boosie, he's one of my favorites. Him, Gucci, Jeezy, and T.I. I like those artists that rep the region I'm coming from. Can't forget about the old-school, though. I like some old-school artists, too. Frankie Beverly, that's my favorite old-school group and the Isley Brothers.

Complex: What's the first thing you plan on buying once you get that NFL contract?

Eric: 2010 Chevy Camaro.

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