Johnny Manziel just had probably the greatest pro day of all time. Not in terms of performance - although he was close - but in terms of pure hyperbole and media hype.
There were hundreds of scouts/coaches/GM's in attendance and in addition to the talent assessors was the hordes of camera's littering the sidelines of the Texas A&M practice facility.
And it seems like the hype dominated the Twitter universe as well. Johnny Football, Johnny Manziel and Pro Day were all trending topics on the site during the performance.
And NFL stars caught the 'Manziel Fever' as well - watching the pro day and glowing with praise after the QB put in a solid performance only missing two throws all day.
It was veteran quarterback Michael Vick that kicked off the praise for #2, gushing:
"Johnny Manziel will be a star in the NFL. I can't wait to watch him play!!!!"
The new New York Jets play caller was joined by Aaron Rodgers who was clearly watching how Manziel was doing when he commented about how wrong the announcers on the live coverage were.
Manziel even ended up sitting down with former President George Bush and having a chat after the 89-year old was in attendance at A&M to catch a glimpse.
With all the hype and glory following his display i'll leave with this, JaMarcus Russell had the "greatest pro day of all time" while Blaine Gabbert was called "perfect" and didn't miss a throw during his.
Pro Day's are for all intents and purposes a terrible indicator of how someone will be in the NFL, so don't get sucked in by the love-in just yet, wait till Manziel steps on the field with actual defenders - not a man with a broom - chasing him before calling him the best thing since sliced bread.