The College Draft Podcast with Ross Tucker and Matt Waldman: Miami-Louisiana Tech, Clemson-Ohio State, and LSU-Oklahoma

Ross Tucker and Matt Waldman preview nine NFL Draft prospects from the Independence Bowl, and the two college playoff matchups this weekend.

Every week, Ross Tucker and I discuss nine notable players from three marquee games on the college football schedule:

  • What makes LaTech cornerback Amik Robertson a good ballhawk?
  • Scouting profiles of Miami linebacker Michael Pickney and wide receiver Jeff Thomas–two compelling prospects who decided to skip the bowl game.
  • Where speedy LSU linebacker Patrick Queen must address his game in the NFL.
  • Where LSU tight end Thaddeus Moss has similarities to his father Randy.
  • Why Oklahoma nose tackle Neville Gallimore must have a big game for Oklahoma to have a chance against LSU and why Grady Jarrett is the top end of the Gallimore’s style of play.
  • Ohio State cornerback Jeffery Okudah plays with great patience. Matt explains the physical skills that afford such confidence.
  • Why Clemson cornerback A.J. Terrell’s length and hand-eye coordination make him a productive player.
  • Why Tigers left guard John Simpson is one of the top prospects at his position in this class.

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