— Penn State Ladies’s Gymnastics (@PennStateWGYM) April 29, 2021
The 2021 NFL Draft kicked off April 29, and Penn State fifth-year senior Erynne Allen helps us keep excited for the event with a football-themed flooring routine from this previous school gymnastics season. Allen begins by dancing alongside to what she instructed CelebrityPie is music you’d hear on ESPN. She then showcases an enormous double format for her first tumbling cross, and the NFL draft chime follows. All through, the routine options referee whistling, and it closes with Zombie Nation’s “Kernkraft 400,” which she stated is a favourite at Penn State’s Beaver Stadium.
Allen, a Giants fan, stated she feels as if soccer brings viewers collectively, “and I wished to have a flooring routine with music that’s simply identifiable and will get folks excited!” The routine truly lays out a narrative of a school soccer participant who will get drafted. “It begins with the ESPN sound that you will hear whereas watching video games on TV on Saturdays within the fall,” she defined. Then, there’s the draft chime and Kendrick Lamar’s “Backseat Freestyle,” which, she famous, is “consultant of having fun with the second and celebrating success and pleasure of constructing it to the professionals.” Ending with Zombie Nation’s hit music symbolizes returning residence to Beaver Stadium, she stated.
This explicit efficiency, seen in full above, is from a contest in opposition to the College of Nebraska on Jan. 23 the place Allen scored a career-high 9.875. The 2021 NCAA gymnastics season could also be over, nevertheless it’s nonetheless bringing us all the touchdown-worthy vibes because of Allen!