A lot of people are saying that we don't need speed because we already have it, but what you can't say is that we have anyone on this team with elite speed. Good speed, yes. Elite speed, no. Nobody on this team is a serious threat to go 80 yards, other than Leon Washington on special teams. Not saying elite speed is a need or anything, but it's not something we currently have.
Lady Talon wrote:Overall I'd rather have Eifert then Austin if you ask me.
I would agree on that point. I don't think Seattle takes a TE in the first few rounds though, unless something crazy happens like Ertz or Eifert are sitting there at #58.
Norn Iron man wrote:Kearly I think that mock looks more like what you dream might happen than what you'd expect to happen. I'd be shocked to see Jones there at 58 - he may even be gone by pick 25 - can't see Lemonier lasting to the 3rd and Stills and Wolff are both likely to be long gone by the 7th round.
Lemonier probably is rising, but until we have confirmation I'm assuming he's still a mid rounder. Jones specifically probably won't reach 58 but I explained by reasoning there. There are going to be some very good players who are 7th rounders this year due to this being one of the deepest drafts ever. Stills and Wolff are just potential examples of the kind of talent I expect in that slot. Stills might easily be the 20th or 25th receiver taken in this draft.