A piece looking at the rookie's and how they might fit into the 2013 picture. I think Jordan Hill in particular could have a surprisingly big impact. Think there's also an interesting take on Christine Michael's role.
LINK: http://seahawksdraftblog.com/projecting ... es-rookies
"Arian Foster arrived in 2010, establishing himself as one of the best running backs in the NFL. Houston still spent a second round pick on Ben Tate in 2011. That year, Foster recorded 1224 yards and ten touchdowns. Tate managed 924 yards and four touchdowns as a rookie. The move allowed the Texans to spell Foster and limit his carries to 278 for the season (49 less than 2010). When Tate got injured during the 2012 campaign, Foster again had to pick up the slack and had a career high 351 carries. Lynch had 315 in 2012 (5th most in the NFL) and the Seahawks might want to get that down to around the 260-285 mark (Frank Gore had 258 carries last year). Drafting Michael allows them to do that and like Tate in 2011 he could see around 175-200 snaps."
Feel free to aggressively disagree. Or, if so inclined, you know... agree.