Ryan Shazier grew up in Florida, where there is no underground transportation. He played college football in Columbus, Ohio, where there is also no underground transportation.
The former Ohio State linebacker is in New York City for the NFL Draft, though, and when you’re in the Big Apple, you take the subway. Shazier appears to be having some trouble using the city’s easiest form of public transport, however.
Shazier likely won’t have to use the subway for too long, thankfully. The former All-American linebacker is projected to be a high pick in this year’s draft, which begins Thursday at 8 p.m. E.T. at Radio City Music Hall. Soon, he’ll have plenty of money to pay for a cab.