Every week, we get one week closer to the NFL Draft. It might be hard to believe, but that is one of the indisputable laws of nature. Also indisputable is the fact that Emory Hunt of Football Gameplan provides some of the best analysis of the game at the college and pro levels. We’re happy to have Emory join us for ITP The Podcast Volume 1.24, as he sits down with Mark Schofield and Chuck Zodda to discuss his thoughts on the upcoming draft. Topics this show include:
- Emory’s top-rated quarterback, Cardale Jones, and the skills he possesses that project well to the NFL level, as well as how his leadership skills will immediately translate to the pro game (2:22)
- Dartmouth QB Dalyn Williams and why he jumps above some of the more hyped names out there, as well as the traits that show up on tape for the young signal-caller (4:39)
- Trevone Boykin and why he should be left at quarterback to continue to develop the skills he has shown over the last two seasons (7:41)
- The reasons for Emory’s lower ranking of Carson Wentz given the buzz that has been building recently about the NDSU quarterback (10:04)
- Emory’s running back rankings including looks at Ezekiel Elliott and Derrick Henry (16:05)
- Samford University K Anthony Pistelli and where he may fit as an undrafted free agent, and whether or not he has the ability to compete at the NFL level despite no significant attention during his college career (21:58)
- The ITP Glossary term “Swing Route” and its role in NFL and college offenses (29:11)
- James Madison University QB Vad Lee, and how he projects as an NFL quarterback and whether or not he could be a valuable late-round pick for the right NFL team (32:18)
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