Matt Waldman discusses 22 rookies from the 2020 NFL Draft class and groups them into four categories of development and production potential based on their team landing spot in this week’s RSP Cast.
Which 2020 NFL draft class landing spots offer the highest variation of production potential year-one? Which will lead the players to bounce around the league before having a shot to stick and contribute? Who are players Matt wants no part of based on their landing spot, regardless of their talent? And which rookies are buried on a roster now, but could emerge years from now?
These are the topics of discussion in this week’s RSP Cast. The players span the range of early-round talents like Devin Duvernay and Laviska Shenault to UDFAs like Brian Herrien, Austin Mack, Scotty Washington, Stephen Sullivan.
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