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    Quote Originally Posted by Seattle4Ever View Post
    There's always free agency for all of this too, guys. We've shown we're not scared to sign young free agents.
    Freeny. If he doesn't ask much you can't really get a better player. He would help teach all of our younger players, and he may want a possible run at a SB. Could be an option.

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    DE is near the bottom of the Seahawks needs in the draft.

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    So were gonna leave a whole at the DE spots were Clemons is at and hope that he can overcome an ACL tear at the age of 32?

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    No, Scruggs slims down and they sign a veteran.

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    We have many people capable of playing LEO. Irvin, Scruggs, Morgan, and I think Wright also.

    DT is our biggest need.
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    Freeney can play linebacker in a 3-4. Too bad we run a 4-3 under.
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    Here's my initial Seattle Draft:

    1 (25) and 3(87) packaged to move up to the late teens: Alec Ogletree (Convert to WLB, Georgia)

    While 3-Tech is probably more of a need than WLB, Ogletree seems like a perfect fit for Seattle. He has a fantastic combination of size and speed (6'3", 237lbs, 2.55 40-Yd dash) and is excellent in coverage against TE's/Slot receivers. With his ability to play MLB, it would give added flexibility/depth in case of injury. (Seattle would probably have to move up in order to get him. Package #25 and our 3rd to leap frog Chicago who will be looking to replace a franchise MLB.)

    2(56) DT (Sylvester Williams, Bennie Logan, Jesse Williams, Sharrif Floyd)
    While all four are different, each offers what Seattle is looking for most... disruption in the backfield from the 3-Tech position. It is difficult to confidently state that any particular one of these DT's will be available at #56 overall; however, in almost all mock drafts, as few as one and as many as three of these players are available. If all are off the board, Da'Rick Rodgers would give Seattle an excellent X Receiver.

    3(87) Presumed to be traded in order to move up

    4(120) Tyrann Mathieu NCB/KR

    By most accounts, Mathieu shouldn't be on our board for character reasons, but I think he would be a perfect fit for Seattle's roster and would actually prevent issues in the locker room that may come up by filling the nickle corner position through free agency. While Seattle has plenty of cap space right now, the team is loaded with play makers who are on the verge of getting paid. While nickle corner is certainly an area of need, if you fill it through free agency (say Glover Quin for example) you add tension in the locker room by having a Nickle Corner who is making more money than either Sherman or Browner.

    No one knows if Mathieu has retained the athleticism he showed when he was the play-making "Honey Badger" but if he has, he is more than capable of guarding slot receivers and adds another play maker to the defense. Additionally, as contracts are handed out and Seattle can no longer afford to pay Leon Washington $3M to be a return guy, Mathieu was dominant in this area as well. If the Seahawks can shut down his Twitter account, Mathieu could be a great pick.

    5(131) Joe Kruger DE

    In looking at seven round mock drafts, the first one I looked at had Jordan Reed (TE, Florida) available at #131 overall which i find extremely difficult to believe; however, that would be a stellar pick.

    Joe Kruger (brother of Ravens DE Paul Kruger) would give Seattle what they desperately needed in the Atlanta game; a DE who can stop the run if Clemons is unavailable. At 6'7" 270lbs, Kruger is massive for the position and did lead Utah in sacks. If he polishes his pass rush ability, he could be a very disruptive DE although he doesn't fit the typical LEO model.

    5(151) Dustin Hopkins K, Florida St.

    A Kicker in the 5th Round? Hauschka is a Free Agent. San Francisco needs a kicker. Given their cap situation, San Francisco is probably planning to use #150, #158 or #170 on college football's best kicker in the draft. If they pass on him at #150, I say we take him at #151. When in doubt, do your best to spite a rival (and fill a need.)

    6(184) Ryan Otten TE, San Jose St

    An interesting pickup this late in the draft who might make the roster. Otten has good size (6'6", 245lbs) and ran the fastest 40-YD dash of all TE's (Best time was 4.67.) He is a poor blocker and doesn't separate from LB's with his route running, but a second TE who can potentially make a big play on a seam route is worth a flyer this late in the draft.

    7(215) Rex Burkhead RB, Nebraska

    This is obviously not a need, but Burkhead was great when healthy in college and I have a feeling that it will translate to the NFL.
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    Right now, this is where I am at:

    1. Kawann Short, DT, 6'3", 310 lbs
    Looks to be a good rusher, as well as being able to clog the middle. Could be just what we need at the 3 tech, and would keep JJ as a specialist type.

    2. Da'Rick Rogers, WR, 6'3", 208
    Great size and solid speed, with big play ability. Probably a first rounder without his off the field problems. Can go up and get it in traffic, or catch a screen and make a play with his legs, as seen in the video i posted before

    3. Brandon Jenkins, DE, 6'3" 260
    Solid edge rusher with solid speed. Not Irvin-status, but similar to Clem it seems. Got hurt last year and it dropped him into to the 3rd-4th round range. Could have been a 2nd rounder or better if healthy. Could be a LEO in the future, but maybe a little to slow. Best fit tho at this point.

    4. Jelani Jenkins, OLB, 6'0" 237
    OLB with crazy speed. Also missed some time last year. Tons of talent, some concerns of drive. Played under Quinn and Florida, so he knows about him. May not be available, but if we happen to get a 3rd for Flynn, Id take him there too

    After that I see depth moves that are pretty much impossible to predict, as if our early picks arent. Probably a TE, another DL and a OL somewhere in there.

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    Yay for trading up for Ogletree
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    Quote Originally Posted by blackjack_119 View Post
    7(215) Rex Burkhead RB, Nebraska
    Nice interesting pick. I wouldn't mind it, but doubt he makes the team

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    I still think Jelani Jenkins moves up the boards. I think he will end up being a 2nd round pick, maybe fringe 1st rounder. I would love to have him.

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    If Manti falls to 25 would you draft him?

    Remembering what happened with Burfict (sp?) how he fell off then went on to play really well for Cinci. Manti is twice the player Burfict is and could fill Hill's spot very well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blackjack_119 View Post
    Here's my initial Seattle Draft:

    1 (25) and 3(87) packaged to move up to the late teens: Alec Ogletree (Convert to WLB, Georgia)

    While 3-Tech is probably more of a need than WLB, Ogletree seems like a perfect fit for Seattle. He has a fantastic combination of size and speed (6'3", 237lbs, 2.55 40-Yd dash) and is excellent in coverage against TE's/Slot receivers. With his ability to play MLB, it would give added flexibility/depth in case of injury. (Seattle would probably have to move up in order to get him. Package #25 and our 3rd to leap frog Chicago who will be looking to replace a franchise MLB.)
    Holy ****!

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    Quote Originally Posted by alexander_37 View Post
    If Manti falls to 25 would you draft him?

    Remembering what happened with Burfict (sp?) how he fell off then went on to play really well for Cinci. Manti is twice the player Burfict is and could fill Hill's spot very well.
    Not really interested in Te'o.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Seattle4Ever View Post
    Not really interested in Te'o.
    Exactly. his lack of elite speed would scare me at the outside linebacker position. In the BCS title game, he showed his inability to make tackles and his coverage range was picked apart
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