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Keith Sanchez of The Draft Network from the NFL Combine in Indianapolis

March 2, 2022

During Wednesday's edition of TexAgs Radio, Keith Sanchez of The Draft Network joined live from Indianapolis for the NFL Combine to share his thoughts on the Aggies in attendance, other players to watch and more.

Key notes from Keith Sanchez interview

  • The environment here in Indianapolis is excellent. After an adjusted combine last season, you can tell everyone is excited to be back here.
  • I told you months ago that I think this week was a week where DeMarvin Leal would show up and do a lot to elevate his draft stock. I'm excited to see him work, see him perform, and impress.
  • This week is big for Kenyon Green, but let's be honest; his tape speaks for itself. I think people have been putting on the film and can see how versatile of a player he is. I think general managers are going to continue to get to know him, and his stock is only going to rise as the process continues.
  • I would say book it; both of these dudes will end up being first-rounders. These are two guys that are big, strong, and fast. The NFL loves players that are big, strong, and fast.
  • The NFL Combine is important not only for the numbers and for the medicals but also for the one-on-ones where the teams get to know players better. It's that personal conversation, in-person, that is really big for guys to be able to set themselves apart.
  • I was hoping to see Micheal Clemons at the Senior Bowl, but I didn't get my eyes on him. I want to know this guy this week. Let's not forget that his last performance was against LSU where he exploded.
  • Evan Neal from Alabama is another great prospect to watch along the offensive line. What impressed me about Evan was how good he was in run blocking. His technique might not always look pretty, but boy does he get people blocked.
  • I'm going Aidan Hutchinson over Kavon Thibodeaux. When you watch him and his film, the motor is off of the charts. That's not something that you can coach either. I thank people will fall more and more in love with him throughout the process.
  • I think Malik Willis has the best tools of any quarterback in this draft, but Kenny Pickett out of Pitt has the best tape. People, of course, are knocking Pickett for things like his small hands.
  • Matt Corral's story is going to be interesting to follow. This guy got hurt in the bowl game and slowed his draft process. It will be interesting to see if he goes where he was predicted before the injury or if he falls.
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