After taking part in a little more than 30 minutes worth of interviews, Murray moved down to the floor of the stock exchange, eventually making his way with Tagovailoa and Haskins to the balcony where they rang the closing bell. Murray then picked up the gavel first, banging it hard repeatedly to signal the end of the trading. Earlier in the week, Murray admitted that he had no real concept of what that experience would be like. Maybe he should learn, given the fact that he’s already signed a baseball contract worth more than $4.5 million with the Oakland A’s and could have an even bigger contract awaiting him if he were to be a high pick in the NFL Draft next spring. That’s for another day, though. Friday, Murray was trying to enjoy his first trip to New York City. He’d previously only been to the state to visit the Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, about 200 miles north. Murray’s conversation with Mayfield after Murray was named a finalist early in the week was less about what to expect and more about Mayfield — who was twice a finalist — telling Murray to be sure to slow down and enjoy the experience. “We talked about just having your family out here, stuff like that, kind of soaking it all in and having fun with it,” Murray said.