RSP Film Room Podcast: Rajion Neal – Minimizing Losses


Neal is an underrated running back prospect in this 2014 class. Photo by Greece Trip Admin

Neal is an underrated running back prospect in this 2014 class. Photo by Greece Trip Admin

Even when Justin Hunter and Cordarrelle Patterson were turning SEC fields into track meets, Tennessee runner Rajion Neal was known as the fastest player on the team. The 211-pound running back displays elements of skill and maturity that make him a player worth watching as the 2014 NFL Draft season gets underway. Neal is the subject of the first-ever RSP Film Room Podcast. These shows will be quick takes of no more than 10 minutes. This one is a little over 6:30 in run time.

Example 1 – (Mute the volume of video to follow along with audio. )

Example 2 – (Mute the volume of video to follow along with audio. )

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3 comments

  1. Really like the audio/video combination. But I’m not a fan of having to control your audio and the video separately. Would much rather have you looping the play over and over while you speak on top of it.

  2. This is a great way to render your usual sort of commentary on images more accessible. Would love to see more of these, but I also agree with the above poster that it would be nice to have the audio/video together, though I imagine copyright issues might arise. Would also be nice if you had the ability to draw on top of a paused frame as you explain things (similarly to your typical use of stills with drawn graphics).

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