kearly wrote:Jordan Mills
Reminds me of James Carpenter. Similar height/weight. Is chubby, slow, but strong. It's just three plays, but Mills technique seems pretty natural. I'd consider him a headscratcher pick, which given Seattle's previous history with guys like Carpenter, McQuistan, Giacomini, Sweezy, and Omiyale, means that being a headscratching pick probably helps Mills' chances.
What round is he looking likely for?
Recon_Hawk wrote:Figured I'd add this here as a rumor post:
"@Bischoff_Scott: Hearing that Seattle likes Louisiana Tech RT Jordan Mills a lot, earlier than you would think. He fits their running style perfectly."
https://twitter.com/bischoff_scott/stat ... 4316392448
Currently graded as a round 3-4 prospect on nfldraftscout.com
kearly wrote:Blitzer88 wrote:Man I want Hopkins so badly.
Last year I wanted Wilson worse than any prospect ever. Needless to say, I shitted bricks when his name was called at #75. I wouldn't quite put Hopkins on that same tier of "I'd sell my left testicle to get him", but yeah, if we don't pick him, it's going to hurt. And if the 49ers get him, it will ruin the draft for me.
kearly wrote:Walter Football lists Mills as round 3-5.
I don't take this report terribly seriously. Stuff gets "leaked" anonymously to major outlets all the time. If the guy claimed he had a long time Seahawks insider who told him this, that would be one thing, but it's not even that, it's basically hearsay. Offensive tackle might be as low as Seattle's 6th highest priority, and to date they've generally drafted by order of priority (QB exempted).