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2016 NFL Draft: How Many Stanford Prospects Will Be Selected?

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The NFL Draft is coming up. Also, is Stanford hated by Reddit?

Brian Spurlock-USA TODAY Sports

The NFL Draft is only a few days away, and up to seven former Stanford players are expecting to get the call that they've been selected. Matt Vassar looks at each of those players and where they might end up in this edition of Cardinal CounTree. He also wonders what Stanford did to become the third-most hated team in the country according to California Reddit users, and welcomes Andrew Luck to the literary world with the start of his book club.

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Editor's note: due to a technical error, about two minutes of the episode failed to record to the podcast. The missing two minutes occur at the 10:24 mark, and in those two minutes, Matt talked a bit about Kevin Hogan's unusual throwing mechanics, and how it creates a question about Hogan's success in the NFL. For instance, Philip Rivers has become an NFL success despite his unusual throwing motion; on the other hand, Tim Tebow was an NFL failure because of his unusual throwing motion. Which will Kevin Hogan be?