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    Alright guys we made it through another year but now it's time to look forward to the 2010 draft which has the chance to be great. Needs as of know are: safety, lt(replacement for jones), dt, de, cb, wr, and possibly a qb. Now I'm not saying that there are glaring holes at these positions but we can improve in these areas. We have two 1st round picks(Denvers) and if we keep both picks we can get some really good players. I have to go with safety and Eric Berry(if he comes out) and either a Tackle or wr(dez bryant, aerelious benn) with the other pick. There are also alot of very good D-Linemen in this draft especially at tackle. So lets get it started:
    Last edited by HawkEye30; 04-26-2009, 08:14 PM.

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    Well we won't take any Juniors so we can cross off Eric Berry and Dez Bryant.

    We still somehow have a boatload of needs:

    RB
    S
    QBOF
    OL
    WR
    DT
    OLB (lol)

    I like Berry, Bryant, Spiller, Snead, Bradford, and Tebow. The DTs are good too and we'll be able to get a solid DE somewhere. By that time Kerney may be done so who knows.
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    • #3
      I'm still trying to wind down and get back to normal after this weekend, but as of now, I'd have to say bring on Taylor Mays with the Denver pick and either a LT or RB with ours. Early favorites are Trent Williams (the kid from Oklahoma who is supposed to have been the best on that line and is moving to LT this year), and I'm not too up to speed with next year's RB crop, but I don't want CJ Spiller.

      Could always take Mount Cody or Ndakumu Suh though.

      Can you imagine how good our pass defense would be with Taylor Mays deep?
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      • #4
        Tops per position by me:
        Denver's: Eric Berry or Taylor Mays
        Ours: CJ Spiller (so fast)
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        • #5
          DB-Taylor Mays
          OT-Brian Bulaga
          LB-Mark Herzlich
          RB-Jonathon Dwyer
          WR-Damien Williams
          QB-Jevan Snead

          Might as well dream i guess.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Babylon View Post
            DB-Taylor Mays
            OT-Brian Bulaga
            LB-Mark Herzlich
            RB-Jonathon Dwyer
            WR-Damien Williams
            QB-Jevan Snead

            Might as well dream i guess.
            I have to agree with you on Jevan Snead being one of the top QB's next year. I think that he is going to challenge Bradford for that top spot.

            I'm going to expect the Seahawks to take Mays until one of two things happens:

            1) Brian Russell goes crazy this year and becomes a pro bowl player enroute to leading the Seahawks secondary to becoming one of the most dominant in the league (we can dream right?)
            2) Eric Berry proves that he is a better safety prospect and he is there when the Seahawks pick.
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            • #7
              Originally posted by summond822 View Post
              I have to agree with you on Jevan Snead being one of the top QB's next year. I think that he is going to challenge Bradford for that top spot.

              I'm going to expect the Seahawks to take Mays until one of two things happens:

              1) Brian Russell goes crazy this year and becomes a pro bowl player enroute to leading the Seahawks secondary to becoming one of the most dominant in the league (we can dream right?)
              2) Eric Berry proves that he is a better safety prospect and he is there when the Seahawks pick.
              Both Berry and Mays make me feel all tingle inside when I imagine them in puke green.

              As for the other spot I think we should address DE, OT, WR, QB.
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              • #8
                Originally posted by jballa838 View Post
                Tops per position by me:
                Denver's: Eric Berry or Taylor Mays
                Ours: CJ Spiller (so fast)
                I just don't like Spiller and I don't think I ever will as a pick idea for us. It's like the Colt McCoy of the running back position in mocks to me lol.

                For me it's

                Denver's: Eric Berry or Taylor Mays (I know, I'm creative aren't I? ;) )
                Ours: If there's a OT worth the pick take them. I really like Bulaga and Okung but they shouldn't (knock on wood) be there by our pick lol and if no OT is there Jevan Sneed (even though he shouldn't be there either) or the best 4-3 DE available.

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                too bad the Sea hawks are starting Hasselback and not Whitehorsest (sp)They are gonna loose any ways .

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                • #9
                  with walter jones recent surgery, i was just curious what evryone thought we should do with our picks, im sure we'll end up tradin one of them but just assume we use both, my personal opinion would be lt and s, preferably russel okung or trent williams and eric berry, im not saying qb because i have been really impressed with seneca wallace lately

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by HawkEye30 View Post
                    with walter jones recent surgery, i was just curious what evryone thought we should do with our picks, im sure we'll end up tradin one of them but just assume we use both, my personal opinion would be lt and s, preferably russel okung or trent williams and eric berry, im not saying qb because i have been really impressed with seneca wallace lately
                    I'd loosely rank them:

                    Berry
                    Mays
                    Snead
                    Bradford
                    Okung
                    Bulaga

                    Not a Seneca Wallace fan, sorry.

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by Babylon View Post
                      I'd loosely rank them:

                      Berry
                      Mays
                      Snead
                      Bradford
                      Okung
                      Bulaga

                      Not a Seneca Wallace fan, sorry.
                      I'd love to see Berry or Mays in Seattle, however and this may sound sacrilegious, I am not going to be spending a (likely) Top 10 pick on a safety. Give me a LT there. You don't build a team through the secondary, you build it through the trenches. Give me Okung if he is there. All we have to do to see a reason to take a LT is look at Orlando Pace over at STL for the last couple of years. He was a dominant player until he started getting injured. Their offense went to crap as soon as they lost him.

                      We are sadly at the point where we can minimize the bleeding that is going to become the rest of Walter Jones's career and draft his successor this year.

                      Oh yeah, and for the second pick in the first round give me Jahvid Best or some other franchise RB (hell no to Spiller. He's fast but he's not a franchise back!)

                      One strategy I would like to see Ruskell employ is the ability to admit he was wrong. He has refused to take a S the last two years, and lets be honest, Russel sucks and Grant is likely playing out of position. He has filled in the void left by Alexander (and Hutchison) by throwing a bunch of players into that spot and hoping one of them sticks without really planning long term. We need a long term answer at RB, and our depth there is woefully thin. Just because Duckett was semi successful in Atlanta does not mean that he was worth the paper his contract was printed on here.
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                      • #12
                        Originally posted by summond822 View Post
                        I'd love to see Berry or Mays in Seattle, however and this may sound sacrilegious, I am not going to be spending a (likely) Top 10 pick on a safety. Give me a LT there. You don't build a team through the secondary, you build it through the trenches. Give me Okung if he is there. All we have to do to see a reason to take a LT is look at Orlando Pace over at STL for the last couple of years. He was a dominant player until he started getting injured. Their offense went to crap as soon as they lost him.

                        We are sadly at the point where we can minimize the bleeding that is going to become the rest of Walter Jones's career and draft his successor this year.

                        Oh yeah, and for the second pick in the first round give me Jahvid Best or some other franchise RB (hell no to Spiller. He's fast but he's not a franchise back!)

                        One strategy I would like to see Ruskell employ is the ability to admit he was wrong. He has refused to take a S the last two years, and lets be honest, Russel sucks and Grant is likely playing out of position. He has filled in the void left by Alexander (and Hutchison) by throwing a bunch of players into that spot and hoping one of them sticks without really planning long term. We need a long term answer at RB, and our depth there is woefully thin. Just because Duckett was semi successful in Atlanta does not mean that he was worth the paper his contract was printed on here.


                        I can see your logic but i would have a hard time taking an OT with a subpar grade to a safety just because of position. My guess is with their second 1st round pick, hopefully later in round 1, they can get that tackle to replace Walter.

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                        • #13
                          This year's draft has amazing depth at safety. I love Taylor Mays and Eric Berry as much as everyone else, but there is no position more valuable than QB and there will be an insane amount of talented safeties. I'll be surprised if Matt survives this year, and I really think we need to address that position in this draft. If Sneed plays as well this year as many people are projecting him to and he continues to develop I would be really happy to get him with our pick from Denver. After that I think we need to pray that a LT falls to us for our pick. Rounds 2 and 3 should be spent on S, CB, or RB.

                          This really makes me want to do a forum mock lol.

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                          • #14
                            Ok, as much as it pains me to say this, if the Seahawks are picking in the top 10 again this year, which at the current rate is looking pretty likely unless the injury situation clears up, and Jake Locker comes out (even more painful than the Hawks losing) I believe that the Seahawks have to take him with their first pick.

                            No offense to Seneca, but it's a completely different offense with Matt on the field. We need that franchise QB. Locker is that and more. And as much as we like to believe that he is going to come back to UW next year, if he is gonna be a top 10 pick, it's hard to turn down that type of money. Perhaps the only thing more painful than having him come out early, would be having him come out a year later and never get the chance to draft him because he went #1 overall.

                            On another note, am I the only one who feels that Taylor Mays is going to be sliding out of the top 10. I get the feeling he's gonna go in the 12-20 range at best.

                            My current picks right now (again assuming that there isn't a miracle on our part or too massive of a collapse on Denver's :( )
                            Ours: Jake Locker
                            Denvers: Jahvid Best
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                            • #15
                              It's been a while since we've talked about the Seahawks draft hopes, with Denver looking like the magic may be running out, it is entirely possible to get perhaps a mid round pick there, likely in the 10-20 range, which isn't that bad, it's still an impact player.

                              I may just be someone who thinks too highly of Locker, but I want your guys opinion, am I the only one who thinks at the end of all of this he's likely going to be the top pick in this draft (barring someone like Detroit or Tampa getting the top pick)? He is way too big of a freakish athlete not to have his stock soar once he hits the combine. I am beginning to question if it's not going to take something like packaging our first rounders to move up to get him, and if he's going to go as high as I think he is, the chances are that Ruskell won't pull the trigger because it's too big of a financial sacrifice to go after a top 5 pick.

                              On another note completely un-Locker-related, am I the only person who thinks there is no chance in hell that Ruskell drafts Spiller in the first round?
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