Tomahawk Nation Podcast: Florida State NFL Draft

Matthew Emmons-USA TODAY Sports

The Tomahawk Nation podcast returns with Bud Elliott, Ingram Smith and special guest Carlos Medina, of 680 The Fan. Carlos follows the draft very closely and has covered the Dallas Cowboys and the Atlanta Falcons, so it was great to have him on as a guest to discuss why Florida State's players went where they did, and the draft process.

*Note: there is a stretch of a minute or two where the audio gets weird. It does not last and resumes normal quality thereafter.

After Carlos leaves, Ingram Smith and I play a game of "if they enter the draft, will they be drafted and where?' It's a fascinating listen that we think you will enjoy.

And I think it really speaks volumes that we seriously discuss 17 Florida State players. Despite the recent incredible run by Florida State (18 players drafted in two years, an FSU record in the 85-scholarship era), Ingram and I both agree that the truly elite talents from those teams (in terms of NFL superstar potential, not necessarily elite college players or elite leaders) are still on the roster and will be on the field for Florida State this year.

Please forgive the less than perfect audio in

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