SB Nation Podcast: NFL Draft Preview

INDIANAPOLIS, IN - FEBRUARY 25: Offensive lineman Matt Kalil of USC participates in a drill during the 2012 NFL Combine at Lucas Oil Stadium on February 25, 2012 in Indianapolis, Indiana. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)

Stampede Blue's Brad Wells joins Dan Rubenstein and Josh Dodd to talk all things NFL Draft, including player analysis, team needs, and storyline/trade possibilities.


In the premiere of the all-new SB Nation Podcast (official title TBD?), SB Nation's Dan Rubenstein and Josh Dodd (in his debut performance!) discuss the importance of the NFL schedule release and college football's spring practice period.

The main event, though, is when Stampede Blue's Brad Wells appears (through the miracle of modern technology!) for an extended look at the upcoming NFL Draft. Topics include the possible overvaluing of Trent Richardson, how the Colts would utilize Andrew Luck (assuming they draft him), the difference between elite OLs (Matt Kalil vs. Jonathan Martin, for instance) in the draft, various team needs, possible reaches and sleepers, and especially interesting storyline and trade possibilities.

And they talk about haircuts. You know, just because.

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SB Nation Podcast 001 - Brad Wells and the NFL Draft

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