Good list, English. I think you nailed the list of positional needs and some good prospects to keep an eye on. The fun part with this draft is that we are somewhat deep at most positions. It gives the front office some leeway to draft talent over need, which may turn out to be a surprise to some of us.
I spent some time watching Olgetree today (Tennessee and South Carolina), and I must say, I'm having trouble placing him as an early round prospect, let alone in the first. Defending the pass and rushing the QB is a good skill to have for a linebacker, but priority 1 should always be to defend the run (especially with the Hawks), and that's Olgetree's weakness, IMO (and his pass rush is nothing to get excited over, either, especially for a first round pick). I'll look for more tape, tough.
The defensive tackle position is an interesting one right now, in college and for the Hawks. The (non)re-signing of Branch/Jones will indicate somewhat the needs they may have and what type of tackles they may be looking at. There's a lot of tape to watch, yet, but I've seen a couple of games on Sylvester Williams, lately, and I've been impressed. He's a good player with a good motor and the type that may sneak into the late first, close to where the Seahawks may be drafting.
The receiver group will probably be the number one slotted need for the Seahawks this upcoming draft, and rightfully so. Rice and Tate as a 1-2 combo could be improved, but even if they stay in their respected spots, the bottom 3 of our receivers are in dire need of upgrading. I could see them drafting a receiver in any round which opens up the possibility of more than just your prototypical receiver-types in the first round, but a guy like West Virginia's Tavon Austin in the 2nd or 3rd, who could play slot in place of Baldwin or opposite him in the shotgun open-set we like to run. He's a big time play maker without the #1's typical size, but not the number 1 pick, either.
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