I love our WR's they fight for the ball/yards like no other group in the NFL in my opinion but they are missing size. Russell Wilson throws alot of jump balls, they can go get the jump ball but they have to fight like hell to get it done and i think it's wearing them down. Seattle NEEDS some size WR's that at least are in the 6'3-6'6 ft tall range. Wilson throws alot of balls high becuase of his size and throwing over a big line to avoid getting passes batted down so he needs some players that can handle the high balls better and with less effort. By comparison Drew Brees has 4 WR's over 6'2 and the hawks tallest reciever is Lockette at 6'2. I thought the need was O-line but the last few games should me WR core needs size and depth.
Not many players have declared for the Draft yet but here are a few seniors who have the physical potential and should be around when the hawks pick at the end of the first round:
Brandon Coleman- 6'6 220 Rutgers WR.
Everyone probably knows him and i think he has the physical tools the hawks are looking for if all the top DT's are gone i would take Coleman with the 1st rounder he played with a weak armed QB who did'nt put it up for Coleman to go get it won't be a problem with Wilson.
Devin Street- 6'4 190 PITT WR.
He's another tall WR with length in the arms and decent speed. Street needs to add strength and weight to his frame but has potential the seahawks don't have on the roster. Street has also been used in the slot so he should have better agility than Coleman but not the raw physical tools Coleman has.