Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast Ep.30: Football Gameplan’s Gene Clemons


Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast welcomes Football Gameplan’s Gene Clemons to the show for a conversation about Cleveland’s Baker Mayfield, Alabama’s Irv Smith, Lehigh’s Brad Mayes, and a debate on the upside of Nick Chubb.  

I’ve had the good fortune to have Gene Clemons as a semi-frequent guest for Rookie Scouting Portfolio programs. Gene and I studied Breshad Perriman, Trevone Boykin and Baker Mayfield in the three 2015 RSP Film Room sessions. And I recently joined Gene in July on his Offensive Interference Podcast.

This weekend, Gene and I discussed a variety of NFL and college football topics:

  • What have we seen from Baker Mayfield during his initial starts in Cleveland and how does it compare to our analysis of his college game?
  • What were the differences between Mayfield and Tyrod Taylor’s brief work as the starter?
  • Why the Cardinals and Jets have sacrificed the potential for a better present in exchange for a rookie quarterback?
  • Two of Gene’s favorite college prospects to watch: Alabama tight end Irv Smith and Lehigh quarterback Brad Mayes.
  • The Nick Chubb Debate: Where Gene and I disagree on Chubb’s skills.

It’s a fun-filled hour of football conversation. You can follow Gene on Twitter @GeneClemons.

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