Matt Waldman’s RSP Cast covers the differences between the three different roles for wide receivers, the value of highly detailed evaluation criteria for the quarterback position, and players standing out (for better or worse) during his first round of 2020 NFL projections.
Wondering about the differences between the slot, flanker, and split-end roles for receivers and what scouts do to differentiate them? Matt begins the show with a look at these three roles, why there are no hard-and-fast rules for players who fit these roles, and a quick look at some 2020 wide receiver prospects and why that fits certain spots.
Matt continues the show with a dive into his new evaluation criteria for quarterbacks that will appear in the 2021 Rookie Scouting Portfolio. Matt explains the value of rich detail to answer a basic but specific question that is at the root of player evaluation. He also works through specific criteria and their weight within the evaluation.
To finish the show, Matt discusses players who stood out during his first round of projections for the 2020 NFL season including, Todd Gurley, Matt Stafford, T.Y. Hilton, and Clyde Edwards-Helaire.
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