Archive for the ‘Podcasts’ Category

3000 NFL mock draft: Episode #18

Wednesday, December 30th, 2015

This week Kenny and I are joined by Jacson Bevens. We started recording moments after Chip Kelly was fired by the Eagles and spend some time reflecting on that news. We look at the Bowl games, the NFC/AFC playoff picture and talk about why it would mean so much for the Seahawks to make another Super Bowl this season.

3000 NFL mock draft: Episode #17 Dan Hatman on Henry

Tuesday, December 22nd, 2015

This week we’re joined by former NFL Scout Dan Hatman, who made headlines recently with some comments about Heisman winner Derrick Henry. If you missed what he said, here’s a catch up. Hatman’s mention of a fourth round grade drew ire from Gil Brandt — and he touches on that in the podcast. Have a listen. Kenny and I also talk some Seahawks in the second half.

3000 NFL mock draft: Episode #16

Tuesday, December 15th, 2015

This week Kenny and I look at the NFC playoff picture, the great form of Russell Wilson, which team might end up with the #1 pick, whether Derrick Henry should’ve won the Heisman, Robert Nkemdiche’s run-in with the law and why the Saints might draft a quarterback early. Check it out. Tell your friends.

3000 NFL mock draft: Episode #15 (Miles Killebrew interview)

Tuesday, December 8th, 2015

This week Kenny and I speak to Southern Utah safety Miles Killebrew. Every Seahawks fan and draft enthusiast needs to listen to this interview. Be prepared to be impressed — Killebrew talks as well as he plays. Do not be surprised if he ends up being one of the stars of the Senior Bowl.

He’s already being talked about as a possible second round pick. Can he emulate Deone Bucannon in 2014 and find a home in the late first? It’s a distinct possibility. You won’t want to miss this podcast.

And if you aren’t familiar with Miles Killebrew, here’s a refresher:

3000 NFL mock draft: Episode #13

Tuesday, November 24th, 2015

This week we’re joined by Joe McAtee from Turf Show Times to talk about LSU’s collection of pro-prospects (and the Rams). We discuss the emergence of Thomas Rawls and what it might mean for the Seahawks. We also get into the Michigan State/Ohio State contest and how Taylor Decker & Jack Conklin fared.

3000 NFL mock draft: Episode #12

Tuesday, November 17th, 2015

This week Kenny and I look at the Cougs win over UCLA, we talk about Pittsburgh tackle Adam Bisnowaty, look at the Heisman Trophy race and debate which QB’s should be starting across the NFL. And the Seahawks too.

3000 NFL mock draft: Episode #11

Monday, November 9th, 2015

In today’s 3000 NFL Mock Draft, Kenny and I talk about the updated draft order after nine weeks, where the Seahawks fall, an updated mock draft and who they should take, plus a whole lot more including:

— Shon Coleman’s fantastic performance against Myles Garrett (he is the #1 tackle in the country)
— Why Corey Coleman should be in every top ten projection you see
— Why A’Shawn Robinson proved he’s a top-15/20 pick
— Comparing Derrick Henry to Shaun Alexander
— NFC/AFC playoff predictions

In the mock draft by the way, the Seahawks don’t take an offensive lineman. All is explained in the podcast. Have a listen. I’ll be posting the updated mock draft in blog form later this week.

3000 NFL mock draft: Episode #10

Tuesday, November 3rd, 2015

Today we put together a full first round mock draft (with the Seahawks picking at #18). It’s still very early to do these. It’s a loose projection. It’s November.

I’ll post the full list tomorrow — thus encouraging you guys to take a listen by clicking below:

3000 NFL mock draft: Episode #9

Tuesday, October 27th, 2015

This week, Kenneth and I grade some of the young players who entered the NFL in the 2014 and 2015 drafts. We pick out a ‘best O-line under-25’. We also talk about Washington State, Derrick Henry and cigars.

3000 NFL mock draft: Episode #8

Monday, October 19th, 2015

This week we’re joined by Danny Kelly to pick through the Seahawks 2-4 start. We also discuss the dramatic end to the Michigan/Michigan State game, Paxton Lynch’s statement win against Ole Miss and the continued rise of Auburn’s Shon Coleman.