If Seattle Could Have Any Player In This Draft

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  • Say we traded Flynn and our first to KC or to Gus in JAX forthe #1 pick or the #2 pick....

    Or however it occurred; Seattle found itself in the position to take ANY PLAYER eligible in this year's draft.

    Who would you want to join our team?
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  • Wouldn't need to have 1.1 for my pick but if I could have any player it would be Cordarelle Patterson.
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  • For me it's Woerner and let's be honest I don't know shit about this draft it's mostly for the name. And I know he can crush QBs.


    (Part of the point of this hypothetical is to help me learn more about this draft class)
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  • Can I trade this years number one pick that we get plus next yaers first round pick for next years number 1 pick and take either Clowney or Marquise Lee?

    If not, from this draft i would probably take DT Sharrif Floyd from Florida. This draft has a lot of solid players but i dont think there's a single superstar "must have" type at the top of the draft.
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  • JSeahawks wrote:Can I trade this years number one pick that we get plus next yaers first round pick for next years number 1 pick and take either Clowney or Marquise Lee?

    If not, from this draft i would probably take DT Sharrif Floyd from Florida. This draft has a lot of solid players but i dont think there's a single superstar "must have" type at the top of the draft.



    No it doesn't seem that way-but I think that is true of most years. I think the historical hype of the top five or ten picks might be winding down.

    So for the sake of this scenario, it becomes a matter of 'which player-with all available-would most improve our team?'
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  • I don't believe this is a draft in which I'd want the first pick. I'd look to trade down or pick Star Lotulelei, DT.
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  • Werner. Could make a case for Richardson or Lotulelei.
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  • Star Lotulelei no question..
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  • Sheldon Richardson or Jarvis Green
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  • Werner, Richardson, Patterson. Not sure which one, but one of those three. Probably Richardson.
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  • I'd rather trade Flynn to KC or JAX for their second round pick, straight up. Pick at 25, then pick again at 32-33.
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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:I'd rather trade Flynn to KC or JAX for their second round pick, straight up. Pick at 25, then pick again at 32-33.


    This is what I was thinking as well but I think a more realistic trade would be Flynn for a swap of 2nd rounders.
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  • I meant 33-34.

    But, I'd take a second and give them a 5th and Flynn.
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  • For me it would be Devin Taylor. Yes I'm quite aware of his shortcomings as well. It's my personal feeling he will do well in the NFL.

    I don't like picking first round candidates and don't envy those that have to. So many wash out or never reach the potential.
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  • SacHawk2.0 wrote:I meant 33-34.

    But, I'd take a second and give them a 5th and Flynn.


    I'm on board with that.
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  • I get the feeling Floyd is going to be the guy in this draft who turns out best.
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  • Scottemojo wrote:I get the feeling Floyd is going to be the guy in this draft who turns out best.

    I agree, as someone who has no basis in scouting whatsoever. I'm not sure any player is worth the 1.1 over any other but Floyd looks really, really good.
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  • Floyd or Richardson.
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  • Floyd or Ogletree
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  • Throwdown wrote:Ogletree


    Right team, wrong LB.

    Ignoring the injury concerns, Jarvis Jones would be my #1.

    Lotuleilei would be #2.
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  • Poor KC...wrong year to suck bad enough to get 1st pick of the draft. Last year they would have gotten Luck and next year they could get Clowney.
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  • Going off the board here so far...DaMonster Damontre Moore.

    Close second though would be Floyd/Richardson toss up.
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  • Matt Barkley. We need a QB. :)


    I kid, I kid. Has to be Floyd or Werner.
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