Just because Hunter is "tall & fast" doesn't IMO make him a WR that should be of much interest to the Seahawks. Many people here believe tall & fast = a TD maker in the red zone, but that's not always the case. Catching the ball isn't his best skill and forget about YAC. It takes a bit more than height and speed to make a productive WR. If you want to see good production look at Steadman Bailey with his NCAA leading (by a mile) 25-TD's last year, (but then he's "too short" at 5-10).
--"Hunter has a lean body type from head to toe and needs to add more strength and bulk, but lacks the frame to easily put on weight. He isn't overly explosive after the catch and is a little straight-linish, lacking flexible ankles and needing a moment when changing his directions. Hunter plays rushed and needs to stay under control in his routes and when locating the ball".
--"He needs to eliminate some bad habits, playing wild at times, jumping when he doesn't need to and losing yardage when he reverses his field trying to do too much".
--"Hunter lacks natural hands to corral fastballs and is too inconsistent catching the ball with a lot of body catches and double catches. He needs to secure grabs and doesn't always look the ball into his hands or locate, battling streaky hand/eye coordination".
--"lacking the physicality to consistently out-muscle most defenders",
--"He lacks the build to break tackles",
--"Hunter holds the ball too loose after the catch and needs to protect the ball".
--"He has some durability concerns because of his lean build, including a torn ACL in his left knee (Sept. 17, 2011).
--Hunter struggled against top competition in 2012 with just 2 of his 9 touchdowns coming against SEC foes and his 4 100-yard receiving performances were against Georgia State, Akron, Troy and Missouri".http://www.nfldraftscout.com/members/ra ... yid=108792