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    Wright entering his last year and Wilhoite was a one year rental.

    I saw a prospect I like.

    Darius Leonard. This guy looks like a good pick and will be in the 2nd to 3rd projection.

    https://herosports.com/nfl-draft/highli ... iants-b6b6
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Re: Looking at Hawk LB Draft
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  • Marquis Haynes.

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  • Austin Corbett

    Possible 4th rounder. Played T in college and would be better at G in the NFL.

    Maybe 4th round

    https://youtu.be/p5r-HboKTkw
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  • Tyquan Lewis. Projected at 5th to 6th round

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  • Durham Smythe. Good Blocking TE

    Maybe 3rd or 4h round

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    Auden Tate*, WR, Florida State
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 225.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.56.
    Projected Round (2018): 1-3.
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  • The Hawks need a big target to replace Jimmy Graham if he leaves im free agency. Jaleel Scott is my favorite receiver that is projected to last until round three or later. He could be this year’s Kenny Golladay.

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  • It would be nice to get that third LB we have always been looking for.
    In the old days the other O-linemen would have just taken Ifedi out back and beat the crap out of him.
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Re: Looking at Hawk LB Draft
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  • Seahawkville wrote:Marquis Haynes.



    Love this guy, he is an absolute beast when it comes to rushing the passer.
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  • Seahawkville wrote:Durham Smythe. Good Blocking TE

    Maybe 3rd or 4h round



    Yeez, this video is not very flattering. Except for the fake punt, I don't like what I see. And some of the highlights are from when CJ Prosise or Deshone Kizer were at ND. I like the idea of a guy like this, but don't like what I see in the video.

    Look at film of Mike Gesiecki from Penn State for a guy who looks like he can block and catch well and might be available in the 3rd.
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  • Ole Miss RB Jordan Wilkins 6’1” 201 had a nice senior season 1011 yards and 9 TD’s keep an eye out for him at the combine.
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  • hawkfan68 wrote:Alex Cappa, T, Humboldt State


    Nice find! Here is a bunch more video, all from his senior year. I like his style, constantly throwing guys to the ground. Seems pretty strong and agile. Cool!

    https://www.hudl.com/video/3/1694013/5a0b23251762060eb0c2911b

    I also started watching the Senior Bowl, where this kid started at LG for the South. He looks great!
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  • chris98251 wrote: Auden Tate*, WR, Florida State
    Height: 6-5. Weight: 225.
    Projected 40 Time: 4.56.
    Projected Round (2018): 1-3.


    Totally agree with you on this guy!

    You know, the unfortunate thing is that this draft seems to be loaded with intriguing guys (especially in rds 1-4) and it's the draft where we seem to have the fewest picks :(
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  • I have a few under-rated "sleepers" and mid-late round players I like.

    (1) ILB-Micah Kiser, Virginia, 6-011/240, 4.76/40 +/-, ranked #160-overall, projected Rd-4/5.
    (BWags. backup=?)
    2017: 13-games, 145-tkls, 50-solo, 1-FR, 9.5-TFL, 5-sacks, 4-PBU. 2-QBH,
    2016: 12-games, 134-tkls, 65-solo, 1-INT, 10.0-TFL, 6.5-sacks, 7-PBU, 2-QBH, 5-FF
    2015: 12-games, 117-tkls, 64-solo, 1-FR, 13.0-TFL, 7.5-sacks, 2-PBU, 2-QBH, 3-FF
    2014: 12-games, 15-tkls, 9-solo, as a non-starting B/U.
    Career: 49-games, 411-tkls, 188-solo, 1-INT, 2-FR, 32.5-TFL, 19.0-sacks, 13-PBU, 6-QBH, 8-FF
    FILM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zL0myY0x42E
    FILM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cUpc36AF0Ck
    FILM: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JPJHxTNoTyY
    Scouting Report: http://walterfootball.com/scoutingreport2018mkiser.php
    2017 Campbell Trophy winner (top FBS scholar/athlete.), 2017 Dudley Award, 2017 1-st team All American-Sporting News, 2-nd team All American-USA Today//CBS Sports, College Football News & Football writers Assn.

    (2) FS/CB-Jamar Summers, UConn, 5-116/190, 4.44/40 +/-, #9999-overall, projected UDFA,
    (speed guy, ball hawk, ET 2.0 = ??)
    2017: 11-games, 63-tkls, 49-solo, 1-INT, 1.0-TFL, 1-Sack, 7-PBU, 1-FF
    2016: 12-games, 59-tkls, 42-solo, 2-INT, 1-FR, 4.0-TFL, 9-PBU
    2015: 13-games, 39-tkls, 25-solo, ***8-INT*** (1 for TD), .5-TFL, 3-PBU
    2014: 12-games, 22-tkls, 16-solo, 1-INT, 2-PBU, 1-Blocked kick.
    Career: 48-games, 182-tkls, 132-solo, 12-INT, 5.5-TFL, 1-Sack, 1-FR, 21-PBU, 1-FF, 1-blkd kick.

    (3) RB-Brandan Campbell, Hope College, 5-110/215, 4.55/40 +/- ranked #9999, Projected UDFA.
    Small school player with some potential, well worth an UDFA signing to see what he has.
    CAREER STATS
    YR GP ATT YDS YPC LG TD
    2016 10 200 1,361 6.8 65 17
    2017 10 193 1,345 7.0 82 14
    TOT. 20 393 2,706 6.9 82 31

    (4) UDFA-OT-Aaron Stinne, James Madison, 6-046/310, 5.05/40 +/- ranked #9999, projected UDFA
    FCS 1-St team All American; strong, agile/great feet, ---> A huge sleeper for ORT to replace --->you know who.
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  • CamanoIslandJQ wrote:I have a few under-rated "sleepers" and mid-late round players I like.

    (4) UDFA-OT-Aaron Stinne, James Madison, 6-046/310, 5.05/40 +/- ranked #9999, projected UDFA
    FCS 1-St team All American; strong, agile/great feet, ---> A huge sleeper for ORT to replace --->you know who.
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    I'm intrigued, is there any video anywhere of his play? I haven't found any.
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  • FCS tape is hard to find. The only info I have is that he has the size and played OLT well at the FCS level, and: http://www.nfldraftscout.com/ratings/ds ... &genpos=OT
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  • DomeHawk wrote:It would be nice to get that third LB we have always been looking for.


    I'm pretty confident the 3rd LB spot will be high on their list of priorities.
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  • I like Levi Wallace out of Alabama, he seems to have the length at corner the Hawks look for and was overshadowed by other guys in that secondary but he's a good corner.
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  • Seahawkville wrote:Austin Corbett

    Possible 4th rounder. Played T in college and would be better at G in the NFL.

    Maybe 4th round

    https://youtu.be/p5r-HboKTkw


    Am watching the Senior Bowl and this guy is getting his ass handed to him, unfortunately :(
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  • naholmes wrote:The Hawks need a big target to replace Jimmy Graham if he leaves im free agency. Jaleel Scott is my favorite receiver that is projected to last until round three or later. He could be this year’s Kenny Golladay.

    Why don’t my YouTube links work?

    [youtube]https://youtu.be/UIgOpdgIHNw[/youtube]


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  • Korey Robertson WR USM 76 1106 14.6 12TD’s
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  • Here is another sleeper from USM RB Ito Smith
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  • A couple more sleepers...
    WR-Tre'Quan Smith, UCF, 6-1/205, speed, great blocker. RD-7/UDFA=? (looks a lot like Kearse with better hands IMO)
    2017: 59/1171, 19.85-avg, 13-TD's, 79-long, 43/1-st downs, 30/15+, 17/25+
    Career: 168/2748/16.4/22-TD's. Smith was UCF's best receiver for the last 3-years. --------Ideal Rd-7 pick=?--------

    FS-Jeremy Reaves, So. Alabama, 5-10/204, ranked 9999-overall, proj. UDFA --------ET 2.0 =????--------
    Looks a lot like ET with better tackling, Reaves has ET like attitude and body language as well. Plays Deep safety very well, with + ball skills, can come up in box & plays the run & pass well + he has CB experience. A "thumper" for his size. Sun Belt 1-st team & Sun Belt DPOY -2017. **This kid could be a must-get with a late round pick, for development at FS.

    2017: 12-games, 104-tkls, 70-solo, 7.0-TFL, 1.5-sacks, 3-INT, 8-PD, 2-FR, 3-FF
    Career: 45-games, 301-tkls, 208-solo, 20.5-TFL, 1.5-sacks, 8-INT, 22-PD, 2-FR, 8-FF.

    TAPE: -- (1) https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=je ... &FORM=VIRE
    TAPE: -- (2) https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=je ... &FORM=VIRE
    --Scouting report: http://www.draftblaster.com/2018-nfl-dr ... h-alabama/
    + Some other nice sleepers are discussed here: http://www.draftblaster.com/2018-nfl-draft-sleepers/
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  • Thanks for these. Yeah that Durham game tape was ass. But I can't find other games with him where he shined. I still think he would fit in here well.
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  • pugs1 wrote:https://youtu.be/kKSJjLqWLuA

    Here is another sleeper from USM RB Ito Smith


    I've seen him mocked to Seattle a couple times already :2thumbs:
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  • Ito Smith looks elusive but do you really think he can play a full season in this league at his size? He is listed 5’9” 180.
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  • brimsalabim wrote:Ito Smith looks elusive but do you really think he can play a full season in this league at his size? He is listed 5’9” 180.


    Didn't know he was that short.

    Maybe he can backup Wilson :roll:
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  • Another runner I like -

    Darrel Williams. Projected to go in the 6th round.

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  • Bo Scarbrough, the guy is a hammer

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  • A few more.......

    RD-7/UDFA? -OLB-Jonathan Petersen, U. San Diego (FCS), 6-005/240 ---> UNRANKED
    2017 FCS leader with: 18.0-Sacks, 25.5-TFL 7-FF, 8-QBH, 2-FR, 12/22/17 - 2017 WALTER CAMP FCS ALL-AMERICA TEAM: DL Jonathan Petersen, University of San Diego,...Petersen, the unanimous choice for the 2017 PFL Defensive Player of the Year honor, led the FCS in sacks 18, (1.38 per game) and TFL 25.5, (2.0 per game). He ranked second in the FCS in forced fumbles with 7, (0.54-per game). A STATS Buck Buchanan Award Finalist, he finished 4-th in voting of 25 candidates. With his 3-1/2 sacks against North Dakota State on December 2nd, he became the all-time FCS leader in sacks with 44. - San Diego Football. --Could be a good late round/UDFA pick up for the Seahawks?--

    A small school guy that MAY be vastly overlooked based on his stats. A high motor, big effort guy.
    DE/OLB-Joe Ostman, Central Michigan, 6-020/248, 4.89/40 +/- =????, currently #273-overall, Proj. Rd-7/UDFA.
    2017: 10-games, 60-tkls, 34-solo, 19.5-TFL, 13.0-Sacks, 3-FF
    Career: 47-games, 220-tkls, 123-solo, 45.5-TFL, 26.0-Sacks, 3-PD, 4-FR, 8-FF.
    ""Ostman is undersized (at DE) but he plays like the Energizer Bunny, always giving effort and uses his hands well to free himself of blockers. He had a very nice Bowl game against Wyoming, notching 2 sacks. He showed solid bend and quickness around the edge, kept his legs churning through blocks. He stayed active throughout the game. He went on to play well in the Shrine game, was very fast off the edge with an active motor"". (= A true Sleeper.)

    CB/FS?-M. J. Stewart, No. Carolina, 5-105/198, 4.53/40 +/-, #134-overall, Proj. Rd-4 (develop as slot CB?)
    2017: 12-games, 45-tkls, 33-solo, 5.0-TFL, 2.0-sacks, 12-PD, 2-QBH.
    + 15 Punt Returns for 170-yds, 11.33-avg.
    Career: 49-games, 129-tkls, 70-solo, 11.5-TFL, 3.0-sacks, 6-INT, 41-PD, 3-FR, 3-FF.

    CB-Rashard Fant, Indiana, 5-095/180, 4.48/40 +/-, #289-overall, Proj. Rd-7/UDFA (slot CB or FS?)
    Holds career NCAA record, (since 2005) with 53-passes defended.
    2017: 11-games, 24-tkls, 21-solo, 2.5-TFL, 1-INT, 9-PBU, 1-FR
    Career: 49-games, 132-tkls, 118-solo, 5.5-TFL, .5-sacks, 5-INT (1 for TD), 53-PD, 3-FR.
    I know, he's not a "long" DB, however he must have something going for him with these stats and may be a steal in Rd-7, IF, the Seahawks want a developmental slot corner with upside. Fant has the bad habit of grabbing the receiver’s jersey, arms and shoulders. He is often called for pass interference or defensive holding because of this habit, this is likely a coaching issue that hopefully can be minimalized.

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  • original poster wrote:
    brimsalabim wrote:Ito Smith looks elusive but do you really think he can play a full season in this league at his size? He is listed 5’9” 180.


    Didn't know he was that short.

    He weighed in at 201 @ the senior bowl. Personally I think his height helps him sneak through the line.
    I know he doesn’t fit the Seahawks running back mold but he has awesome cutting ability and great production
    https://www.sports-reference.com/cfb/pl ... ith-1.html


    Maybe he can backup Wilson :roll:
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  • Hawks are looking at Jessie Bates Wake Forest Safety.

    Eyebrows were raised when Wake Forest safety Jessie Bates III announced he was entering the draft, but this was primarily from people unfamiliar with his game.

    Bates’ film is impressive — he’s an athletic center fielder who plays with excellent speed, displays great range and really stands out in pass coverage.

    Though he’s just a redshirt sophomore, Bates plays disciplined, assignment football and is never out of position.

    There are some who feel his ball skills are good enough that a move to corner is possible. While I don’t necessarily agree with this, I do believe Bates is the type of safety who can line up over the slot receiver when necessary.

    While we presently stamp Bates with a fifth-round grade, there are a few teams who believe he could go as early as the third round. The Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers are two of the teams looking hard at Bates.
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  • Seahawkville wrote:Hawks are looking at Jessie Bates Wake Forest Safety.

    Eyebrows were raised when Wake Forest safety Jessie Bates III announced he was entering the draft, but this was primarily from people unfamiliar with his game.

    Bates’ film is impressive — he’s an athletic center fielder who plays with excellent speed, displays great range and really stands out in pass coverage.

    Though he’s just a redshirt sophomore, Bates plays disciplined, assignment football and is never out of position.

    There are some who feel his ball skills are good enough that a move to corner is possible. While I don’t necessarily agree with this, I do believe Bates is the type of safety who can line up over the slot receiver when necessary.

    While we presently stamp Bates with a fifth-round grade, there are a few teams who believe he could go as early as the third round. The Seattle Seahawks and Green Bay Packers are two of the teams looking hard at Bates.


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  • yes, that is where I got that information, I forgot to post the link.
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  • 14th pick IIRC.
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  • original poster wrote:14th pick IIRC.


    I was talking as far as age and experience he came out early.
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  • A RB sleeper, maybe a potential UDFA signing option? I may be beating the bushes a little here, but this guy has some pretty good looking rushing stats, even though from a small school.

    RB-Brandon Campbell
    , Hope College, 5-11/215, 4.55/40 +/-,
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    2016 10 200 1,361 6.8 65 17
    2017 10 193 1,345 7.0 82 14
    TOT. 20 393 2,706 6.9 82 31

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Re: Looking at Hawk LB Draft
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  • Seahawkville wrote:Marquis Haynes.


    Impressive young man.
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  • original poster wrote:
    brimsalabim wrote:Ito Smith looks elusive but do you really think he can play a full season in this league at his size? He is listed 5’9” 180.


    Didn't know he was that short.

    Maybe he can backup Wilson :roll:

    Barry Sanders was the same height and yes he used it well..
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  • I've been beating the bushes for sleeper WR's that have some size and production. I believe the Seahawks, if they lose PRich will likely use a Rd-4/5 pick on a WR (hopefully Cedrick Wilson) to replace him. IF Jimmy Graham is gone, they may want to also find a developmental tall WR to develop with one of their 7-th Rd picks or as UDFA. My latest find is this small school "diamond in the ruff". I don't know if he is related to our CB-Shed, but might be. His 2016 highlight tape looks exciting, he shows a little speed, catch radius, high-points, toe-taps & seems to very much have the "it's my ball" mindset on contested catches, this should make him of high interest to PC/JS, coming from a small school or not.

    WR-Brandon Shed, Hobart (D-3, Liberty League), 6-4/195, projected Rd-7/UDFA,
    --Scouting report/film: http://www.draftblaster.com/2018-nfl-dr ... wr-hobart/
    2017: 10-games, 48/754/15.71-avg, 5-TD's,
    2016: 10-games, 74/1284/17.35-avg, 17-TD's
    2015: 10-games, 36/704/19.55-avg, 8-TD's
    2014: 11-games, 9/216/24.0-avg, 2-TD's
    Career: 42-games, 167/2958/17.71-avg, 32-TD's

    -https://nfldraftprospects.wordpress.com/2017/07/26/brandon-shed-65/
    "Very Raw big, physical WR with an impressive catch radius who consistently makes the contested catch. Attacks the ball at it's highest point. A piece of clay needing to be molded by a good WR coach."
    --Film: https://www.bing.com/videos/search?q=br ... &FORM=VIRE
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Re: Looking at Hawk LB Draft
Wed Feb 28, 2018 5:35 pm
  • [quote="Seahawkville"]Marquis Haynes.

    You got me all excited about Haynes, but everything I read says he struggles against the run. Maybe he just needs more muscle and technique, which means he'd only be a value in the 5th.

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  • I don't know what round eacg guy will go in but here a a few that I'd be very happy to see become Seahawks.

    RB Derrius Guice
    RB Royce Freeman
    RB John Kelly
    WR Dante Pettis
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