Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast discusses evaluations from the 2020 NFL Draft class that he thought were difficult and odd as well as one that’s another example of busting a long-held myth about running backs.
Now that I’ve finished the 2020 Rookie Scouting Portfolio pre-draft publication, I can’t wait to talk about it. I kicked off what will be a fun month of podcasts with one of my own to discuss evaluations that I found difficult, strange, or ran counter to what I’ve been hearing about the plays involved:
- Why Chase Claypool grew on me but his game still has a trap door.
- It’s easy to say that D’Andre Swift is good but his evaluation was much tougher than this simple assessment.
- Is there enough tread on A.J. Dillon’s tire? More importantly, why is this even a point of discussion?
- Why I’m higher on Jake Fromm than the average bear and how my investigation took me to drop-backs…
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