Christopher Harris’ Podcast: Talking Rookies with the RSP’s Matt Waldman

Matt Waldman joins Christopher Harris for a conversation about rookie runners, Kyler Murray, and a number of receivers. 

I always enjoy having fantasy football conversations with Christopher Harris. He knows how to frame what’s important to his listeners and I’m a fan of his desire to be a student of the game.

This week, Harris invited me on his podcast to revisit the rookie class and discuss their summer progress, their fall outlooks, and long-term potential:

  • Josh Jacobs and Harris’ comp of DeAngelo Williams.
  • David Montgomery and Miles Sanders: their fits in Chicago and Philadelphia.
  • Who excites me most right now: Alexander Mattison, Bruce Anderson, or Rodney Anderson?
  • What was my pre-draft assessment of Darwin Thompson and how did I react when the Chiefs selected him?
  • Where am I on Darrell Henderson (and Todd Gurley) and why?
  • Am I as optimistic short-term and long-term about Kyler Murray as others?
  • Thoughts on N’Keal Harry’s struggles.
  • Why I thought Miles Boykin was far more refined that characterized.
  • My view of Hakeem Butler’s potential after the first month of training camp reviews.
  • Why I liked Preston Williams before the draft as much as I did.

The only players we didn’t have time to cover that I wish we did were Emmanuel Butler and T.J. Hockenson. It’s a fun hour and well worth your time.

Listen here.

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