It's looking more and more like the Seahawks won't have much chance of drafting Mike Evans, WR. What if he's drafted by SF, ARZ or St Louis (quite possible), then what do the Seahawks have to do to defend him? I know Maxwell and Sherman can likely contain him, but we need a slot corner anyway. I just ran across the following individual game stat that I found interesting in this regard.
E. J. Gaines, CB, projected as a slot corner and rated as a round 3-4 prospect.
""First team all-conference in the SEC and was a first team All Big-12 corner in 2011. A three-year starter who is consistent in run support and matched up against the top receivers in the SEC in coverage, including projected early round draft choice Mike Evans (Texas A&M) who caught just 4 passes for 8 yards.""
http://www.ourlads.com/ncaa-football-de ... ines/91732
What do y'all think about this kid?