SacHawk2.0 wrote:Christine Michael. I have a feeling this kid is going to see some touches this year. 5TDs for him.
FortWorthSeahawk wrote:I know we're not done with the draft quite yet...but I'm just too excited about my adopt a rookie this year....Tharold Simon, AKA Humble Thug. He may not see the field this year, but he has the chance to be a solid replacement for Browner if everything pans out right.
Who is your adopt a rookie? You can only pick 1!!
Here are your options:
Christine Michael, RB, Texas A&M
Jordan Hill, DT, Penn State
Chris Harper, WR Kansas State
Jesse Williams, DT Alabama
Tharold Simon, CB, LSU
Luke Wilson, TE, Rice
Spencer Ware, RB, LSU
Ryan Seymour, G, Vanderbilt
Ty Powell, OLb, Harding
Jared Smith, DT or O'line, New Hampshire
Michael Bowie, OL, Northeast oklahoma St.
Spokane wrote:First this thread should have been started by Jseahawks (like every year)
I would like to note that I picked Wilson as my AAR last year!
I think Jseahawks loves this thread and thinks about it all year - the fact he goes with that WR, and I hear he is the next Boldin
I am going with that WR with the size....again remember I called Wilson while you were thinking about Irvin!
Am I saying pro bowl this year, no. But I am saying if the rook looks like AB from arizona at all, he will be our number 2 WR and that is plenty enough for me to pop him into my AAR 2013 slot
Throwdown wrote:therealjohncarlson wrote:Hawk Strap wrote:I base my adopt a rookie on the best back story.
Last year, Turbin, because of him being a man and taking care of his sister.
Been at work all day, don't know a thing about any of them yet.
Any good stories?
Jesse Williams? First Australian to be drafted, has a YOLO tattoo on his neck. Need I say more?
That made me hate him
RolandDeschain wrote:Greenhell wrote:What exactly is adopt a rookie? How's it work?
Seriously? You've been registered here for 4 years and you've never seen the annual adopt-a-rookie threads? Lol. You pick a rookie that you're a fanboy for, and stick with him through thick and thin for the year. It's really just a chance to flash your ego if your pick (assuming it's a mid-rounder or later) turns out to be really good.
RolandDeschain wrote:For an LSU fan, you sure spell "Tharold" incorrectly a lot. In any case, we'll see what comes. I've given up trying to predict whether X player will succeed at the NFL level. It's impossible. Nobody has even been able to do it with 50% accuracy, so you might as well flip a coin.
hawksman53 wrote:John Lotulelei
Shadyhawk182 wrote:RolandDeschain wrote:For an LSU fan, you sure spell "Tharold" incorrectly a lot. In any case, we'll see what comes. I've given up trying to predict whether X player will succeed at the NFL level. It's impossible. Nobody has even been able to do it with 50% accuracy, so you might as well flip a coin.
its such a common name, i forgot.
btw hes not very popular among our fanbase, so i dont really see his name spelled alot, but it is fun to yell.
i should just stick with humblethug.
hawkfan68 wrote:Jeese "Tha Monster" Williams. He is the one player I believe can have a tremendous impact on the defensive line. Many project him to be a Ngata type of player. If he is even half of that, it'll be very good. I see a lot of similarities between him and a former Seahawk - Marcus Tubbs. When Tubbs was in there, he had strong impact on the defense. Guys like Tatupu and Hill benefitted from it. Williams could have the same effect for Wagner and rest of the LBs.
Jazzhawk wrote:I gotta go with Ty Powell, since I was pushing for us to pick him.
The Seahawks turned their attention to adding depth to the offensive line in the seventh round. Seattle selected Vanderbilt guard Ryan Seymour, Northeastern State tackle Michael Bowie and plan on converting New Hampshire defensive tackle Jared Smith to the offensive line as well. Seattle also selected outside linebacker Ty Powell from Division II Harding University. Powell is the first player from Harding to be selected in the draft since 1983.