Matt Waldman joins Matt Caraccio and Paul Perdichizzi on the Saturday2Sunday Football Podcast and covers the gamut of skill prospects.
Saturday2Sunday co-hosts Paul Perdichizzi and Matt Caraccio are my kind of people. They love studying the game. I recommend checking out their 2018 Devy Notebook. Last night, I joined Paul and Matt for a wide-ranging conversation about the RSP, prospects, and player evaluation:
- The spread offense and how it is changing the RSP.
- Nick Chubb, Kerryon, Johnson, and Royce Freeman deserve more buzz.
- Busting the myth that running back is an instinctive position.
- Bo Scarbrough and why he can be an NFL starter.
- Justin Jackson and his first-to-contact mentality.
- Thoughts on Boston Scott and Ryan Nall–two RB sleepers in this class.
- Is James Washington the next Torrey Smith or something more?
- Deon Cain is a market share loser but what he can control on the field is promising.
- Defining Depth of Talent and Breadth of Talent, and how it’s used in the RSP evaluation.
- The narrow margin of Depth of Talent among the top 27 receivers in this class and how it applies to Courtland Sutton and Equanimeous St. Brown.
- Thoughts on Steven Dunbar, Jr. and Sam Mentkowski–two sleepers in this WR class.
- The three tight ends I believe have the best short- and long-term impact.
- My sleeper tight end of this class.
- A discussion about Josh Rosen and Lamar Jackson.
It’s 90 minutes of NFL Draft conversation, you’ll want to hear. Tune in!