Mocking the Draft podcast: Supplemental draft, Jake Matthews discussed on episode two

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Supplemental draft, combine eligibility and offensive line talk high the second episode of Mocking the Draft's podcast.

The Mocking the Draft podcast is still in its infancy, but the second week of the show was packed from wall-to-wall with NFL Draft talk. With the Supplemental draft right around the corner, we dove into what looks like an uninspiring group of prospects. We also discussed the new proposed rule change for the NFL Scouting Combine, which would make academically ineligible prospects unable to attend the annual event.

Then, as promised, we dove into 2014 NFL Draft's pool of offensive tackles. Jake Matthews, Taylor Lewan and Cyrus Kouandjio were the focus of the discussion, but we also branched off and took a look at some lesser known prospects that could sneak into the first round with solid seasons.

As always, we took questions from our Twitter followers, which led to some talk of UCF quarterback Blake Bortles, and the struggles of Keith Price and Logan Thomas.

Check out the entire episode below, or find us on iTunes by searching "Mocking the Draft." Thanks for listening, and feel free to submit questions for Episode Three in the comments.

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