Hasselbeck wrote:Agree to disagree on the other Huskies you named.. I'm not a big fan of ASJ.. maybe I have Jerramy Stevans PTSD but anyway.. wanted to comment on Sankey.
I would be shocked if he were drafted by us, but if they drafted Sankey and moved Turbin for that 7th round pick they gave up for Pryor.. I'd be so pumped. Of course.. all that is a major stretch.
You should be a fan of Parker, he's a damn good player from a similar defensive system, will be dirt cheap, and fits a need. Smith is a pet favorite of mine, I think he's a good player but probably isn't fast enough for Seattle.
I won't bother making the case for ASJ for two reasons. The first is that I'd be wasting my time, most likely. The second is that I'm not sure he fits Seattle's criteria. Seattle relies on TE pass pro a ton and that's ASJ's biggest issue by a mile. (Personally, I do think he will likely be a star in this league though with his natural receiving ability and size, he'll be a 2nd round gem for some lucky GM. He is actually a lot like Stevens in some ways, in all the good ways and almost none of the bad.)
I doubt we'd get anything for Turbin at this point and I don't see Sankey as a fit, but I wouldn't mind being wrong one bit. I think Sankey is a better version of Giovanni Bernard, and Bernard would have been a rookie star if his coach had given him the reps he deserved.