Clayton Thorson had one of the more entertaining draft moments on Day 3 after he was selected by the Philadelphia Eagles.

ESPN showed Thorson’s reaction after he was selected in the fifth-round,  as the former Northwestern quarterback goes to hug his girlfriend then another family member.

Thorson denied his brother a hug twice in the process, which he addressed in a conference call with the media with a smile.

“I had to film another hug for him. It was funny,” Thorson said.

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Thorson definitely did his older bro dirty. 

Thorson was a four-year starter for the Wildcats, finishing with with 10,731 passing yards, 58.4 percent accuracy, 61 touchdowns, 45 interceptions and 27 rushing touchdowns. As a senior, he had career highs of 61.0 percent and 3,183 yards as the Wildcats reached the Big Ten title game.

Thorson threw for 17 touchdowns vs. 15 interceptions in 2018; his best season in that regard came as a sophomore, when he had 22 touchdowns vs. nine interceptions