What we’re throwing down on the Table this week is an in-depth discussion about the upcoming college football season from a scouting perspective with friend of the show Mark Schofield from USA Today’s Touchdown Wire. Tier 1 and 2 quarterbacks that’ll make headlines this year, as well as how the recent NCAA decision that allows student athletes to monetize their likeness will play a factor. It’s a great discussion!
But first, the Philadelphia Flyers acquired defenseman Ryan Ellis, and the Seattle Kraken picked Flyer Carsen Twarynski for some reason in the Expansion Draft. (approx. 6:25)
We then discussed how the Phillies should look at pitching before the trade deadline and also how the non-vaccinated players are hurting the team. (approx. 17:55)
From there, we dove into which Sixers players will not be back on the team next season. (28:10)
We then talked about the University of Pennsylvania Quakers’ upcoming college football season and how it’s a reset for the Ivy League. (34:20)
We’ve been discussing on the pod how this is going to be a developmental year for the Eagles. This week, we briefly talked about what expectations should be for first year head coach Nick Sirianni. (39:00)
This week’s interview, and what we threw down on the Table was a discussion with Mark Schofield from USA Today’s Touchdown Wire about scouting the upcoming college football season. How will monetizing college athlete’s likeness play a role within the scouting process? The likely Tier 1 quarterbacks at the top of scouting lists as well as break through Tier 2 quarterbacks. Will Clemson’s relevance start to wane? All of this and much more! (approx. 46:00)