Stopsky Knows Nothing NFL Draft Podcast – Episode One – The Top Five

NFL Draft Podcast

The Stopsky Knows Nothing NFL Draft Podcast is brought to you by the Last Word on Sports Network. Hosted by LWOS radio manager Matt Stopsky, it’s a weekly look at the stories and prospects involved in the 2018 NFL Draft.

Stopsky Knows Nothing NFL Draft Podcast – Episode One – The Top Five

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That’s it! The Eagles are your Super Bowl 52 champions! With that, the 2017 NFL Season is over. It’s time to look toward the future. The NFL Combine is a few weeks away and free agency is right around the corner. Stopsky breaks down how Super Bowl 52 and free agency will affect the NFL Draft, especially within the top five picks. Will Nick Foles get traded? If so, what will he go for? Where will Kirk Cousins land? Could he impact a team picking in the top ten?

He also talks about the six players who are most likely to be picked in the top five. As of recording the podcast, the six players who are most likely to get drafted in the top five are:

Saquon Barkley, running back, Penn State

Josh Rosen, quarterback, UCLA

Sam Darnold, quarterback, USC

Bradley Chubb, defensive end/outside linebacker, North Carolina State

Josh Allen, quarterback, Wyoming

Minkah Fitzpatrick, safety, Alabama

Where will these players land? What will the Cleveland Browns do with their two picks in the top four? Will the Giants actually skip over a quarterback when they are drafting in the second spot? Which of the teams in the top six are most likely to move up in the draft? Could Indianapolis be looking to trade back in a quarterback top heavy draft?

All of these questions will be answered and more on this weeks episode. If you would like to submit your own questions to the podcast you can tweet them @MStopsky or email Matt Stopsky at

Thanks for listening.

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