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April 29, 2021 40 min
On today's episode, Jason kicks things off by locking back at his way-too-early 2021 NFL Mock Draft from last year. There will be a lot of guys taken tonight that Jason had on his Big Board a year ago, but the more interesting story is the guys who seem to have fallen off. Plus, Jason explains why the Denver Broncos decision to trade for Teddy Bridgewater could have major implications on the quarterback draft order. Does this open the door for the New England Patriots to trade up for Trey Lance or Justin Fields? We'll find out soon enough! Later, former Pro Bowl defensive back and founder Corey Chavous swings by to discuss how he made the transition from playing football to evaluating prospects, how Las Vegas Raiders general manager became the poster boy for how difficult it can be to go from evaluating to actually making the picks, why it's just as important for analysts to recognize guys you got wrong as it is guys you got right, why Alabama cornerback Patrick Surtain II reminds him a bit of Jalen Ramsey, why he has Penn State linebacker Micah Parsons as the top defensive player available even considering his relatively checkered past, how he learned more about Alabama quarterback Mac Jones in his worst game than in his best game, why he's higher on Miami defensive end Greg Rousseau than his 'more talented' teammate Jaelan Phillips, and much more! Learn more about your ad-choices at
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