One of Rudolph’s best traits is his deep ball, and I’d expect to see it early and often against the Panthers.
He comes from an offensive system that doesn’t typically translate well to the NFL, but I think Rudolph can buck the trend and last in the league for a long time.
I think he would have been the first tackle off the board had he come out a year ago because of his combination of size, feet, and pop in his hands.
He gave up the sack that helped seal the loss to Georgia last week.
The Panthers are missing their best pro prospect in safety Jordan Whitehead due to suspension, so, unfortunately, we won’t get to see him in this game.
Louisville was on the precipice of an upset last year on the road, and they pull it out this time at home. I’m probably a bigger fan of Mc Glinchey than most because I see the physical traits to be a starter on the blind side in the NFL.One of the first things NFL scouts do when looking at prospects in preparation for the NFL Draft is watch them against the best competition they faced in the previous season.This fall, we’re going to take a look at the best head-to-head matchups in this week’s slate of college football games.This week on the College Draft Podcast with Ross Tucker, I broke down all the best matchups from some of the top games of the week, but let’s look at five more matchups that fans should keep their eyes on. The Cowboys take on their best opponent yet in Pitt.It's the first real test for Rudolph and his star receiver James Washington.
He can’t afford to dwell on it, however, because he’s got an even bigger test on Saturday afternoon.