“Top Prospects” is to baseball what the draft industry is to the NFL and NBA. We know that this is posited this way because NFL players don’t usually get developmental time on the field — they play or they don’t. And when they play, they sometimes play before they’re ready to, flaws laid out for us all to see.
In this episode, we discuss my recent NFL Under 25 list and how we would apply such a list to prospects.
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Subject: Top Prospects Lists
— A discussion of FO’s top prospects list and what that means versus my U25 list.
— How much of the developmental sausage are we privy to?
— How does an NBA list compare to an MLB list compare to an NFL list?
— What would be good parameters for an NFL prospect list?
Also mentioned in this episode: Top 25 NFL Players Under 25
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