Rashan Gary bursts into tears after being drafted by Green Bay Packers

Thirty-two dreams came true Thursday night during the first round of the NFL draft — but the 2019 picks had extremely varied reactions after hearing their names called by commissioner Roger Goodell.

Some calmly approached the stage, some went for an ill-timed chest bump, and others – like Rashan Gary – simply couldn't control their emotions.

Gary, a defensive end from Michigan, was selected by the Green Bay Packers with the No. 12 pick of the night. The former Wolverine wasn't present at the draft in Nashville, instead choosing to watch the evening unfold from Ann Arbor with family members and friends.

When he received the call that he had been drafted by the Packers, Gary immediately burst into tears. He could be heard thanking the Green Bay executive on the other end of the line before picking up a Packers hat, prompting a round of loud cheers from his loved ones.

It was a heartwarming moment during an exciting night for the league and its newest group of players.

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