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A List of the Players the Hawks have met with Pre-Draft

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  • 9 of 11 picks last year the Hawks had meetings of some sort with.
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  • Not a very attractive list to me. There are a few names on there that seem solid but overall it's not very impressive. My 2 cents.
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  • Welcome to a normal Seahawks draft. Could be a smokescreen too. Only one LB and it's an obvious position of need. Love the DT's. and a couple of OL (Stenberg). They could also use a slot CB. Moss looks like a baby Beast.
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  • Why? Maybe want to talk about the draft right here. It's 3 days away.
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  • One thing that I am surprised to see is the amount of cornerbacks on the list. I guess the team doesn't believe in Tre's development like I figured they did. That, or they do, but are hedging Dunbar's likely departure in 2021 free agency or his probable injury during the season. Like Dantzler, Diggs, and Madre Harper a lot.

    Amik Robertson could be a VERY interesting selection as a nickel CB... dude has great ball skills and is very chippy.
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  • Or they like Tre and both Griffin and Dunbar will be free agents
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  • They need a guy to play the slot CB position. They also need LB so the omission is glaring to me.
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  • HawkStrong wrote:http://seahawks.net/viewtopic.php?f=18&t=163387

    All of these posts belong in the draft forum.



    You auditioning for a mod position? :roll:
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  • Smellyman wrote:Or they like Tre and both Griffin and Dunbar will be free agents


    Another good point. I'm hoping they hold on to Quill, but yeah. Not a bad idea to invest in depth for CB now. May even double dip on a boundary and slot guy.
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  • Largent80 wrote:They need a guy to play the slot CB position. They also need LB so the omission is glaring to me.


    I can think of a couple scenarios regarding that:

    1. They're punting LB need to 2021 and sticking with Irvin at Sam for now
    2. They'll draft a hybrid Sam/rusher to take over the Irvin role in 2021. (Uche, Baun, even a safety like Chinn could play that role)
    3. They straight up just like the depth they have in BBK/Barton and are keeping Kendricks in their back pocket with his eternally-delayed sentencing
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  • EMTHawkfan wrote:Not a very attractive list to me. There are a few names on there that seem solid but overall it's not very impressive. My 2 cents.


    Let's be honest, unless you're Rob Rang or Todd McShay we don't know the LARGE majority of these players. So how you can casually glance at this list of players and not be impressed is a head scratcher to me.

    Did you know who Bobby Wagner was before we drafted him? KJ? Tyler? Frank Clark? DK?

    C'mon man.

    Do you know who does know who all these guys are? John Schneider, that's who.
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  • Sgt. Largent wrote:
    EMTHawkfan wrote:Not a very attractive list to me. There are a few names on there that seem solid but overall it's not very impressive. My 2 cents.


    Let's be honest, unless you're Rob Rang or Todd McShay we don't know the LARGE majority of these players. So how you can casually glance at this list of players and not be impressed is a head scratcher to me.

    Did you know who Bobby Wagner was before we drafted him? KJ? Tyler? Frank Clark? DK?

    C'mon man.

    Do you know who does know who all these guys are? John Schneider, that's who.


    Well like I said it's just my 2 cents.
    Like or dislike whatever you want but not everyone is going to agree. It happens. So keep scratching your head and don't take it personal...
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  • These can also be subtle smoke screens. They NEED LB, and only one is on the list. There are several very good ones that will probably be available in the 2nd and maybe the 3rd.
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  • Seeing AJ Dillon on that list enhances my hopes they take him.
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  • I'm seeing not to many 1st round or early second rd players there so can assume.....trading back a few times and ending up with an extra 3 or 4 picks......mostly mid 3rd to 5th
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  • Great spreadsheet. Who maintains that?
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  • Interesting looking back over the years. Wonder what happened in 2013 with only drafting one player on the list.
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  • Wenhawk wrote:Great spreadsheet. Who maintains that?


    I'm not sure but I posted it in the Seahawks forum since it is totally Seahawks related and someone moved it here with the draft a mere 2 days away.
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  • Largent80 wrote:
    Wenhawk wrote:Great spreadsheet. Who maintains that?


    I'm not sure but I posted it in the Seahawks forum since it is totally Seahawks related and someone moved it here with the draft a mere 2 days away.


    I mean, this is the draft forum...
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  • I'm thinking Anae must be some sort of smokescreen. I can't see his fit here. He's got short arms, his athletic limitations are really apparent on tape (at least v. Oregon) where he looks dreadfully slow...
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  • wow, great work who ever compiled this!!! I see some guys on there I like, Gross- matos, Taylor, Raekwon davis. I think were going to do well this year.
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