Matt Waldman shares his advice on who, what, and how to watch college all-star games and gives RSP newbies recommended listening for past RSP Casts and YouTube RSP Film Rooms.
In recent years, I’m often asked about college all-star games. What value do they hold for the players and the people who attend them? What should the media and analysts new to the event expect when they attend?
I share my 10 years of perspective on the value of networking, practice coverage, and player evaluation in this week’s RSP Cast:
- How to watch practice based on each day.
- Who to watch and when.
- What to watch
- Athletic ability
- Physical makeup
I also recommend my favorite RSP Cast episodes and RSP Film/Boiler Room episodes from the past year.
Happy New Year!
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