The College Draft Podcast with Ross Tucker And Matt Waldman: Arizona St.-Utah, Michigan-Penn St., and Memphis-Tulane

Ross Tucker and Matt Waldman preview nine NFL Draft prospects from three of the big college games this week, including Eno Benjamin, Shea Patterson, Ben Brederson, Shaka Toney, Bradlee Anae, Jaylon Johnson, and a pair of trio of intriguing options from the Memphis-Tulane tilt.

Every week, Ross Tucker and I will be discussing nine big-time players from three marquee games on the college football schedule: Michigan-Penn State, Arizona State-Utah, and Memphis-Tulane.

  • Why are people so intrigued with Michigan quarterback Shea Patterson?
  • What makes Arizona State’s Eno Benjamin an exciting running back prospect and what must he add to his toolbox?
  • Where is Michigan left guard Ben Brederson too by the book with his game?
  • Why are Matt and Ross excited about Penn State defensive end Shaka Toney?
  • What’s on the list of things that Utah defensive end Bradlee Anae must improve?
  • How does the talented Jaylon Johnson get tricked as a cover corner?
  • What’s surprising about Memphis cornerback T.J. Carter’s game?
  • Where does Memphis receiver Damonte Coxiee excel as a pass-catcher?
  • How does Tulane running back Darius Bradwell’s self-awareness translate to his overall game?

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