That article was very good considering it probably came from a non-Seahawks fan. I have a few nitpicks though:
-Guard isn't a need. If Seattle drafts a guard early, it would be a pretty big repudiation for Carp/Moffitt, but neither deserve it and I don't think the team is down on either of them. Sweezy has a lot of promise and I'd be surprised if the team didn't hope for him to be the RG of the future. Rishaw Johnson has a lot of talent in the run game. Honestly, we are pretty stacked at guard. I think people blame guard because they saw all the players we were rotating in and assumed there was a problem. At the very most, we might see them draft a player with T/G flexibility, but only if that player is capable of being a full time tackle.
-Our offense kicks the shit out of SFs. I would even argue that our offensive line isn't as far behind SFs as many think. Our RBs ran for more yards per attempt, and our QB doesn't need elite protection. Football outsiders ranks SF/SEA neck and neck in run blocking, but has Seattle way higher in adjusted sack rate (Seahawks are 20th, 49ers are 29th!). Kaepernick deserves respect, but his actual play is not as good as his stats- just like Alex Smith wasn't. He's still very effective, but Wilson is clearly on a higher tier, and I think the vast majority of non-Seahawks, non-49ers fans would agree. We are much stronger at the skill positions as well. It's not even a contest at WR.
-He didn't really mention fast linebackers, though in fairness there really aren't any among the better known options. I like Sean Porter but he has KJ Wright speed. We need someone faster than that.
-Didn't mention read option QB backup.
-Said our secondary was "arguably" the best. Really? Who's better? Chicago?
Lots of good points though. He noticed our tight end duo, said nice things about WR group. I thought his board for DTs was pretty accurate other than Geathers- who is a pretty unremarkable prospect and would surprise me for Seattle. I don't think we'd go after Carradine either, but he mentions Sly/Brandon Williams and gives a shout for Corey Lemonier, and I think the trail is warm for players like those.