Ross Tucker Podcast: Draft Recap


Nebraska runner Ameer Abdullah's 43-yard touchdown vs. Illinois offers a sound example of the difficulties of judging speed without a stopwatch, but why it's still as important as the 40-time. Photo by MGoBlog.

Nebraska runner Ameer Abdullah’s 43-yard touchdown vs. Illinois offers a sound example of the difficulties of judging speed without a stopwatch, but why it’s still as important as the 40-time. Photo by MGoBlog.

Ross Tucker had me on his Sirius Morning Kickoff to discuss the draft:

  • How the RSP differs from the average scouting process.
  • Elements of a good evaluation process.
  • Player-landing spots I liked.
    • Ameer Abdullah
    • Leonard Williams
    • Ha’ouli Kikaha
    • Andrus Peat
    • T.J. Yeldon
    • Eric Kendricks
    • Owamagbe Odighizuwa
    • Eric Rowe
    • James O’Shaughnessy
    • Preston Smith
  • Quarterback development.

You can find the breakdown posted at Ross Tucker’s site.

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Categories: 2015 NFL Draft, Matt Waldman, Players, Podcasts, Quarterback, Running Back, Tight End, Wide ReceiverTags: , , , , , , , , , , ,

3 comments

  1. Is there a transcript I could read? I am hearing impaired (Deaf) so no way for me to listen the podcast…

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