Matt Waldman discusses the variation of draft grades for wide receivers, running back fumble rates, talented underachievers, and running backs below the radar in this episode of the RSP Cast.
Why is there so much variation of grades among wide receivers in every draft class? How do determine if a non-power-five player has the skills to compete in the NFL? Which players have the talent to become NFL starters but aren’t making the most of their abilities? And who are running backs with the talent to outplay their RSP ranking and become productive contributors, if not starters, in the NFL?
Tune into this week’s RSP Cast for the answers.
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One response to “Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast Ep.60: Q&A, Underachievers, And RBs Below the Radar”
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