Mocking the Draft podcast: Hall of Fame Game, Michael Dyer and Johnny Football autographs,

Streeter Lecka

The start of the college football season is within reach, and the NFL Draft talk is heating up as we reach Episode Six of Mocking the Draft, SB Nation's NFL Draft podcast.

Michael Dyer is headed to Louisville in the fall, and just like that, the former Auburn star is back on the NFL Draft radar.

On the sixth episode of the Mocking the Draft podcast, Dyer was among the hot topics. We started off with a breakdown of an actual football game! The Hall of Fame Game was on Sunday, so Dan and I pointed out who impressed and who was a bit disappointing in the game.

We also got a live caller to the show this week to discuss the Ravens and the landscape of the 2014 NFL Draft. By the time we made it through questions from the listeners, we had spent over an hour talking about the NFL Draft. And it's only August.

You can listen to the full episode below and check out all of our podcast episodes on iTunes by searching Mocking the Draft. If you have suggestions for topics or want to have a question answered on the show, comment below or find us on Twitter @MockingtheDraft and @MatthewFairburn. Thanks for listening.

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