Episode 255: Matt Waldman

Paul and Matt are joined by Matt Waldman (@MattWaldman) of the Rookie Scouting Portfolio.  The discussion starts with how his evaluation process has changed in the past year and what is different and new in the RSP. 

Next the conversation turns to prospects as they first discuss some Wide Receivers, then Tight Ends, followed by Running Backs and then close with Quarterbacks. 

Some of the prospects and topics covered throughout the show include:

-why did Hakeem Butler receive his highest WR grade over the last five years

-the rise of Miles Boykin.

-why is Stanley Morgan Jr and Riley Ridley flying under the radar

-versatility and depth of Parris Campbell’s game

-the skill level of Jalen Hurd

-why this Tight End Class maybe be better than the 2017 Class

-Noah Fant transitioning to the NFL game

-why we all love Irv Smith Jr.

-why Dawson Knox is a complete tight end without much production

-how Jace Sternberger could make an impact at the next level

-why Trevon Wesco is one of his favorite under the radar prospects in the class

-why this RB class was a landmine

-is Josh Jacobs in the same tier as the running backs from recent classes

-why people should know the name Bruce Anderson

-can Elijah Holyfield still be successful

- are the flaws in Drew Lock and Daniel Jones fixable at the NFL

-can Dwayne Haskins throw the ball vertically

-why Will Grier is his quarterback one. 

You can purchase Matt Waldman’s RSP here. Also make sure you are subscribing to his RSP Cast wherever you are listening to podcasts and also check out the RSP Film Room as well.