Greg Gabriel Talks Football | Part 1 | Prepping For The Draft
This program is suitable for all audiences and the video version can be found on YouTube under Barroom Network. Former director of college scouting for the Chicago Bears offers a lesson on what NFL teams have done for the past few months to prepare for the NFL Draft.
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Jason McKie and Olin Kreutz talk about the Bears' new Free Agent Signings, Damien Williams, Elijah Wilkinson and Desmond Trufant. We also discuss the resigning of Cairo Santos and Bears are now keeping Hicks? Marcus Mariota joins the show and talks about his career and everything he's been through. Also, Greg Gabriel on everything going on around the NFL this time of year. We ask him, "Would he trade Russell Wilson?"
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In the second hour, Zach Zaidman was joined by former Bears scouting director Greg Gabriel to discuss the evolution of NFL offenses, how Chicago matches up against Green Bay on Sunday and why rookie tight end Cole Kmet hasn't been utilized much in the offense. Matt Dery of the Locked on Lions podcast then joined the show to discuss Detroit firing general manager Bob Quinn and coach Matt Patricia. Later, Fox Sports 1 analyst Jeff Levering joined the program to discuss the challenges that college basketball faces as it conducts a season amid COVID-19 concerns.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.
On the eve of the NFL draft, we caught up with Greg Gabriel, the former head of college scouting for the Chicago Bears. For Schooled with the Professor, we hit the draft pretty hard. Greg educated us on the usual inside workings of the draft. As he said, normally teams are going to have first-round grades on 12 to 15 players and the next group may include 40 to 60 players who have second-round grades that are pretty close. Gabriel explains how teams think. He discusses the flexibility of drafting for need or trading down to get more choices and talks about the nuances of this draft. He breaks down how good it is on defense and explains the effects of some of the injuries to players heading into the draft. Great draft stuff from Greg Gabriel, who writes for Pro Football Weekly and does radio in Chicago and Buffalo.See omnystudio.com/listener for privacy information.