1st round: (WR) Markus Wheaton 6-0 180 Oregon St
Wheaton’s acceleration & speed are elite. He can take the top off a defense and he would provide Russell Wilson a consistent playmaker at WR.
2nd round: (LB) Christian Jones 6-4 240 lbs. Florida St
Jones played weak-side LB for Florida St; he is only a junior and has yet to declare, but if he does he fits the size/speed that Coach Carroll wants on defense. His speed really flashed in his bowl game vs. Northern Illinois. Jones is an elite athlete with great acceleration and great speed. Jones is in the same mold physically and athletically as Georgia (LB) Alec Ogletree. He has the sideline-to-sideline speed to chase down ball carriers. Jones has flashed as a natural pass rusher when asked to blitz the QB, although he was rarely asked to do it. His combination of size, acceleration, speed, agility, body control, and long arms scream pass rushing stud; he would be lethal weapon on defense for Coach Carroll to use in multiple ways. Here is a quick article on him that was done prior to this year;
http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1274 ... ch-in-2012
3rd round: (TE) Ryan Griffin 6-6 247 lbs. UConn
Griffin is a highly underrated player and is one of the better all-around TE’s in the draft. He is a good athlete, with good speed, and he is a effecitve blocker.
4th round: (WR) Chris Harper 6-1 230 lbs. Kansas St
Harper is a tough, physical, big body WR.
5th round: (WR/TE) Vance McDonald 6-5 260 lbs. Rice
McDonald switched from WR to TE his senior year. He is a project as a TE, but he is a proven receiver and showed a want-to/willingness when it came to blocking. We could draft him as a WR or continue to develop him as a TE.
6th round: (OT) Viston Painter 6-6 304 lbs. Virginia Tech
Painter had a great game against Florida St (DE) Bjeorn Werner which is enough for me to select him in the 6th round.
7th round: (QB) Brendon Kay 6-4 237 lbs. Cincinnati
Kay does not have a lot of playing experience, but he could be a guy worth developing into a quality 2nd string QB. Nice arm, good athlete, & he has experience running the zone-read option.