If you're like me and hope we address the receiver position in the draft, you should be excited in this class with where we'll be picking in the late first round. I'd say there's legitimately 8 guys who deserve at least late-first round consideration and a few who could sneak into the discussion before its all said and done.
Besides just the depth of this class, there's a good mix of size and talent, too, which should give Pete and John a great chance to choose the perfect fit. It also means there's going to be some differing opinions on who's the best pick for the Seahawks which make for some fun discussion until the draft.
My top 6 right now:
Keenan Allen, Cal
Justin Hunter, Tennessee
DeAndre Hopkins, Clemson
Cordarrelle Patterson, Tennessee
Brandon Coleman, Rutgers
Robert Woods, USC
Terrance Williams, Baylor
Da'Rick Rogers, Tennessee Tech
Tavon Austin, WR, West Virginia
Markus Wheaton, WR, Oregon State
An added bonus is that with this depth there's a chance some solid prospects fall to the 2nd or 3rd rounds if we address other needs in the first round.
Bottom line - If the front office decides to draft a WR with their first pick, there's going to be some great options.