PFT Live: Corey Chavous, West Virginia announcer Tony Caridi


The draft is drawing nearer and it’ll be the topic of conversation during Thursday’s edition of PFT Live.

Corey Chavous of will join Mike Florio to take stock of where things stand for some of the top prospects a few weeks ahead of the big day. We’ll check out who’s rising on draft boards, who’s falling and what players may be poised to make a big impression after going in the later rounds of the process.

West Virginia University radio play-by-play man Tony Caridi will also be on hand Thursday. Caridi will share his thoughts about the scathing review of quarterback Geno Smith’s skills handed down by Nolan Nawrocki of Pro Football Weekly earlier this week. We’ll also get Caridi’s thoughts on wide receiver Tavon Austin, who has been the subject of much more positive analysis since finishing his career in Morgantown.

You can watch it all live at noon ET.

1 responses to “PFT Live: Corey Chavous, West Virginia announcer Tony Caridi

  1. “West Virginia (3-1) outgained LSU 533-366. Smith set school records for completions (38), attempts (65) and passing yards (463)”
    From the Holy Grail, ESPN
    Finding stats that matter on Smith are as elusive as Iraq’s WMD. Most of the critiques are laughable. Geno Smith is a 1st rd talent. I will go so far as to say Reid will take him on the first pick. Smith has better numbers than last year’s 1st rd picks and will excel on the next level.
    How do you ignore what he did against LSU, a team full of NFL players and how do you ignore all the TDs, yardage and completion %, unless you have a bias?
    Here’s how: you dwell on unmeasurable intangibles, that amount to “assessment of the invisible.” To all of you, I say the tape “DON’T LIE”. Stop looking, you won’t find WMD, but in the 1st rd. you will find Geno Smith. Bet the house on it.

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