Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast Ep.59: The 2019 Wide Receiver Class


In this week’s RSP Cast, Matt Waldman shares some superlatives about this 2019 wide class that’s rich at the top of the board.

The 2019 wide receiver class is filthy rich at the top of the board. There are players that I would otherwise feel dirty about ranking as low as I do if I didn’t have perspective about ranking football players.  I

n this week’s RSP Cast, I discuss the differences between ranking receivers as an independent evaluator and the NFL’s processes, shedding light into my ranking of Hakeem Butler as the No.1 receiver on the board. You’ll gain a deeper appreciation for Butler as well as D.K. Metcalf.

And that’s just the beginning of a fun pod on these wide receiver prospects:

  • My favorite underrated receiver in this class and why he would have been a quintessential AFC Central receiver back in the day.
  • A developmental gem who I don’t name but I talk about his game as well as his stylistic comp.
  • The RSP Aerial Artist Invitational Tourney judged by Steve Smith, Randy Moss, Larry Fitzgerald, Brandon Lloyd, and Odell Beckham, Jr.
    • The structure
    • Thoughts on the hands of the 16 entrants
    • The darkhorse to win the tourney–my No.30 receiver prospect!
  • Why Preston Williams is the “A.J. Green Starter Kit” and why that can be good enough.

You can hear it all in this hour-long podcast below.

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