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NFL Draft reporter makes up fake prospects, fans go along with it

Also, Jimmy Kimmel just did this sort of thing.

While Buster Highman having a lot of "pop" leads one to suspect this entire video is a sham, the rest of it does sound like the things NFL fans would say if asked about non-existent college football players.

Because the NFL Draft is not exactly about specific prospects, college football, or anything that has anything to do with reality. And that's fine. It's really about the eternal assumption that improving at just one position anywhere on the roster will mean one more win next year, and if we can just get into the playoffs, man oh man we'll do some damage.

Also, I'm told Jimmy Kimmel just did something like this, but with Coachella bands. This appears to be that!

Via, HT.

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