Draft season is here, and for amateur scouts and forward-thinking fans alike, it’s time to study up with the On the Clock NFL Draft Podcast with Chris Burke, a weekly look at the prospects of the 2016 draft and the NFL teams most in need of their services.
On this week’s episode: Ohio State left tackle Taylor Decker, a projected first-round pick in Chris Burke’s latest Mock Draft, discusses taking on Khalil Mack in his first career college start and which fellow draft-eligible Buckeye he’d pick if he were a general manager starting an NFL team from scratch. Then Oregon running back/wide receiver Byron Marshall talks about where he fits in an NFL offense, the injuries that derailed his 2015 season and the process of marketing himself to teams interested in drafting him. Plus, a look at five prospects who could have bright futures as return men in light of the recent rule changes which could encourage more action on kickoffs.
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