The College Draft Podcast with Ross Tucker And Matt Waldman: Oregon/Colorado, OU/Texas, and Penn St./Iowa


Ross Tucker and Matt Waldman preview nine NFL Draft prospects from three of the big college games this week, including a pair of linemen from one of the best offensive lines in the country, two productive defensive ends, and two significant cogs in Oklahoma’s prolific offense.

Every week, Ross Tucker and I will be discussing nine big-time players from three marquee games on the college football schedule: Oregon-Colorado, Oklahoma-Texas, and Penn State-Iowa.

  • What makes Shane Lemieux and Calvin Throckmorton top offensive line prospects?
  • Why is my early player comp for Laviska Shenault may be disappointing to fans but meant as a compliment?
  • What does Jalen Hurts have in common–good and bad–with his predecessors at OU?
  • What does Trey Sermon have in common with Dalvin Cook?
  • How does Zack Shackleford’s intelligence and awareness show up as a center?
  • Why is Nate Stanley such an up-and-down quarterback?
  • How Ducks linebacker Troy Dye’s strengths can be his greatest weakness.
  • Why was Ross so impressed with Iowa DE A.J. Epenesa as a prep player?
  • Why do I think DE Yetur Matos-Gross has even greater upside as a pro?

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