11/04/22 Seahawks mock draft

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Here is my draft for this week.... yes we need a pass rush and legit WR.

1st round #10 - Texas Tech (OLB/DE) Tyree Wilson, 6'6" 275 lbs.: Wilson is a bit underweight as a 3-4 defensive end. But his length and strength are elite for a 3-4 OLB. He has good athleticism for his size. For me he could be an amazing 3-4 OLB.




1st round #22 - Wake Forrest (WR) A.T. Perry, 6'5" 205 lbs.: Perry has size, speed, arm length, good route runner for his size (better that our small former 2nd round WR that I can't remember).




2nd round #40 - Michigan (NT/DT/DE) Mazi Smith, 6'3" 337 lbs.: Smith is a big athlete who could play both NT and DE on a 3-4 defense.

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2nd round #55 - UCLA (RB) Zach Charbonnet, 6'1" 220 lbs.: The idea of taking Zach in the 2nd round is because of the Seahawks RB injury history for the past 7-8 years. Zach would be a great compliment to Walker. The offensive coordinator could get creative and have them both in the backfield at the same time. Oh yeah, Zach is the thunder to Walker's lightning. His contact balance is amazing.




3rd round #86 - Minnesota (OC/OG) John Michael Schmitz, 6'4" 320 lbs.:
The big man is not a great athlete but just a tough football player.

4th round #123 - LSU (CB) Mekhi Garner, 6'2" 217 lbs.: Garner is huge for a CB. If our DB coaching staff gets on him, we could have the best CBs in the NFL. Garner is, for me, one of the most interesting prospects in the draft. He has almost elite size of a CB, Woolen has him there. Anyways, Garner is built like a big safety but could possibly coached up to a great CB.

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5th round #139 - Michigan State (MLB) Jacoby Windmon, 6'2" 250 lbs.: Windmon is maybe the best player on his team. Look at his highlights!!!! He should be a target for us in the draft.





5th round #160 - Penn State (NT/DT) P.J. Mustipher, 6'4" 318 lbs.: P.J. is a NT only, which is okay this late in the draft. He would give us depth at NT.

6th round #198 - Coastal Carolina (QB) Grayson McCall, 6'3" 215 lbs.: McCall is a nice athlete and can hopefully backup Geno.
 

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A few thoughts

Tyree Wilson too slow for the edge 4.8 fourth time. I would have him gain some weight and have him as a 5 tech DT which he could become dominant Chris Jones like. My favorite player you picked was Mazi Smith he could become the run stuffer in the inside Which is job 1 with a 3-4 defense. The Hawks do have 2 second round picks. If Anthony Richardson falls the Hawks may be interested. I strongly agree with taking a RB as much as the Hawks run the ball I wouldn’t mind taking a RB every year
 
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A few thoughts

Tyree Wilson too slow for the edge 4.8 fourth time. I would have him gain some weight and have him as a 5 tech DT which he could become dominant Chris Jones like. My favorite player you picked was Mazi Smith he could become the run stuffer in the inside Which is job 1 with a 3-4 defense. The Hawks do have 2 second round picks. If Anthony Richardson falls the Hawks may be interested. I strongly agree with taking a RB as much as the Hawks run the ball I wouldn’t mind taking a RB every year
Tyree Wilson is a intriguing prospect. You are right he does have the body type to put on another 15-20 pounds and probably still keep his current athletic ability. Mazi Smith, for me, is at the top of my wish list for the Seahawks draft. I think he is DT #2 or maybe even DT #1 in this draft (for 3-4 defense teams).

Anthony Richardson is a conundrum. He has all the tools and athletic traits you would want in a QB, but he doesn't have the stats or enough starting experience. I kind of think of him similar to Lamar Jackson, big arm and great athlete. But Lamar had a lot more game experience coming out of college. He was taken in the late 1st round. So, if a team thinks with Richardson they are at least getting a Lamar type of QB, then I could see a team taking Richardson in the mid-1st round range.
 

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I like that Windmon pick. Never seen him play. 250# with agility. Didn't get caught in trash. Very nice.

Idk about Wilson as a OLB though. Those guys have to cover the flat quite a bit and he looks more like a stand up end or DE. Miles Murphy might be in that range too at DE.

Jalen Carter would be my fav if he's there or Bryan Bresee too.
 
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I like that Windmon pick. Never seen him play. 250# with agility. Didn't get caught in trash. Very nice.

Idk about Wilson as a OLB though. Those guys have to cover the flat quite a bit and he looks more like a stand up end or DE. Miles Murphy might be in that range too at DE.

Jalen Carter would be my fav if he's there or Bryan Bresee too.
Jalen Carter is the player I want the most in this draft. I want to trade up for him if we are picking outside of the top-3.
 
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