The Bears Barroom Podcast Featuring RSP Author Matt Waldman

Matt Waldman joins the Bears Barroom for a conversation about the top eligible edge rushers, quarterbacks, and running backs for the 2020 NFL Draft. 

I thoroughly enjoyed my first opportunity to join the Bears Barroom for some NFL Draft prospect conversation about defensive ends, quarterbacks and running backs. We traded thoughts on a number of compelling prospects, including:

  • Ohio State DE Chase Young, perhaps the top prospect for the 2020 NFL Draft.
  • Auburn DT/DE Derrick Brown, one of my favorite defensive linemen in this class.
  • Michigan State DE Kenny Willekes, who appeals to blue-collar, defensive-minded NFL fans like us on the show.
  • Alabama QB Tua Tagovailoa and why he’s my Heisman candidate (once I explained to the crew that I’m not one for following narratives with my Lamar Jackson story from yesteryear).
  • LSU QB Joe Burrow and his skill in and out of rhythm.
  • Washington State QB Anthony Gordon’s ability to hold defenders with his eyes for what seems like an eternity.
  • Georgia RB D’Andre Swift and why you should ignore his receiving data and focus on the film.
  • Wisconsin RB Jonathan Taylor and where his game reminds me of Nick Chubb’s.

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