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    Latest on Tua Tagovailoa, college football, & Pauline’s first mock draft (Draft Insiders Podcast)

    In this week's episode of NFL Draft Insiders, Tony Pauline and Matt Cannata talk about the latest on Tua Tagovailoa, CFB, the NFL Draft, and more.

    This week on the NFL Draft Insiders Podcast, Tony Pauline and Matt Cannata talk about the latest in the college football and NFL world, including the latest on Tua Tagovailoa. They begin with a look at two rookies who are making some noise in the NFL – Mecole Hardman and Kyler Murray. Both have landed in systems that are great for their skill set. How have they transitioned to the NFL and what might the future hold for them?

    We also take a look at Week 12 in college football and look ahead to Week 13. Who performed well and what prospects should be watching this weekend? Tony gives a rundown of what to expect.

    The elephant in the room is Tua Tagovailoa and how his hip injury will affect his draft stock, if at all. Tony and Matt dive into the situation, looking at all of the different angles. We’ll take you on the journey from now, through the Combine, and to the NFL Draft. There are lots of variables at play, and we talk about everything we are hearing in regards to his draft stock and where he may end up.

    Finally, we discuss Tony’s first mock draft of the season, which was published Thursday morning on profootballnetwork.com. There are some surprises and some disappointments. But most of all? Tony has five quarterbacks being selected in the first round.

    Click here (or tune in below) to listen to all of this and more on this week’s episode of Draft Insiders!

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