NBC Sports Boston Insiders Tom E. Curran and Phil Perry talk about the New England Patriots and the NFL.
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Phil Perry delves into the story of quarterback Mason Rudolph out of Oklahoma State University and speaks with Rudolph's QB coach Zac Robinson about why the young QB should receive interest from teams during the draft.
1:31 - Despite putting up ridiculous numbers in 2017, Rudolph hasn't received quite as much attention as other quarterbacks in this year's draft class. Rudolph explains how this gives him a bit of a chip on his shoulder and how confident he remains in his abilities.
4:47 - Former 2010 draft pick and fellow OSU Cowboy Zac Robinson has helped Rudolph on his way to draft day and has a strong argument for why Rudolph is worth a first round pick.
7:00 - While Robinson is extremely supportive of Rudolph he knows that his game isn't perfect. Phil lists off a few reasons why teams would shy away from Rudolph and the young QB has a chance to answer for some of these apparent weaknesses.
9:38 - With all of the information on the table, Phil looks into the Patriots possible interest in Rudolph while Robinson speaks to a few Patriot-like characteristics Rudolph possesses. Rudolph also responds to the possibility of him backing up Tom Brady.
14:37 - Mike Giardi joins Phil to give his take on Mason Rudolph as the two debate where the Patriots could select the quarterback in the draft if they feel he is the right fit.