As Process The Process returns, NFL.com's Matt Harmon (MattHarmon_BYB) joins the show to discuss his Reception Perception, how the idea to create it came about and which receiver he believes is in for a breakout year.
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Justis Mosqueda (@JuMosq) makes an appearance on the show to break down his formula for EDGE prospects in Force Players (@ForcePlayers), how the idea came about and who his Force Players are in the 2015 NFL Draft
The Scouting Academy's Dan Hatman (@Dan_Hatman) is Episode 10's guest as he discusses with Josh about his experiences in NFL scouting departments, the differences between them and how NFL teams use their front office and coaching personnel to scout players.
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PFF's Steve Palazzolo (@PFF_Steve) checks in with Josh to talk about the work of College Football Focus, the importance of role players in the NFL and the College Football Focus evaluations of Jameis Winston and Marcus Mariota.
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Rumford Johnny (@RumfordJohnny) joins the show to dig into and disect quotes from anonymous scouts, whether there is reason to read into them and to discuss some of his unique terms for prospects, including why Arizona State wide receiver Jaelen Strong might be classified as a 'Baby Huey'.
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Josh speaks with Zach Whitman (@zjwhitman) of Field Gulls and 3sigmaathlete.com about he began using SPARQ to assist evaulation in the draft process, the use of analytics and how to interpret the results of SPARQ scores.
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Marcus Armstrong (@mockdraftable) joins the show in a pre combine edition to discuss how to approach the NFL Combine, the progression of combine results over time and how the results should be perceived.
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Jon Moore (@TheCFX) from Rotoviz and RotoViz Radio joins Josh this week to discuss how age factors into evaluations, market share production among prospects and the overall importance of metrics and analytics throughout the process.
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In the fourth episode of Process The Process, Josh speaks with Sigmund Bloom of FootballGuys.com about how he uses his philosophy background in evaluating prospects,whether there are any benefits to anonymous scouts and if it's fair to compare draft classes to each other.
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In Episode Three, Josh talks to Lance Zierlein of NFL.com, The Sideline View and Scouting Academy about what to look for when scouting offensive linemen, whether arm length is overvalued by teams during the draft process and some deep sleepers heading into the start of draft season who are flying under the radar.
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