Seahawks Pre-Draft visits as of 23 April 13

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  • Just came upon this. http://www.fieldgulls.com/nfl-draft/201 ... ts-to-vmac


    OFFENSE: (9)

    WR Russell Shepard - LSU
    WR Martel Moore - Northern Illinois
    WR Tyrone Goard - Western Kentucky
    WR Perez Ashford - Northern Illinois
    RB Christine Michael - Texas A&M
    RB Jeremy Wright - Louisville
    OL Ryan Jensen - Colorado State
    FB Kyle Juszczyk - Harvard
    TE Michael Williams - Alabama

    DEFENSE: (10)

    DE Rufus Johnson - Tarleton State
    DE Mike Catapano - Princeton
    DT Stefan Charles - Regina
    DT Michael Brooks - East Carolina
    LB Craig Wilkins - Old Dominion
    S Cooper Taylor - Richmond
    S Duke Williams - Nevada
    CB Jeremy Harris - New Mexico State
    CB Tyrann Mathieu - LSU
    CB Dontra Peters - New Hampshire

    SPECIALISTS: (1)

    LS Kevin McDermott- UCLA

    Couple things stood out to me. First, we looked at a bunch WR's, DL and DB's. Second, we only brought in a single LB and OL. Of the list I only recognize Tyrann Mathieu.
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  • That's pretty interesting right there. I'd love to see us draft 3 DLmen in this draft. We need to develop a young core of DLmen instead of using the patchwork system we've employeed the last 2 years. I'm exicted for Scruggs, Howard, and Irvin from last year. Hopefully we can double up again and infuse some youth and talent along the DL. This is the most underdeveloped part of our team in terms of draft picks bolstering the talent and depth.
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  • Michael Williams from Alabama would be an awesome addition to the team.
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  • Do you have a list of the people we looked at last year?
    It'd be interesting to see how many of our picks actually visited us, I'm fairly certain it was a low number and we use this more for picking up UDFAs?
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  • I would love adding these two safeties! They are like Kam and Earl light! :thirishdrinkers:

    S Cooper Taylor - Richmond (6'4" 228 lbs., BIG safety with good speed and solid cover skills. Impressive athleticism for his size at the position).
    S Duke Williams - Nevada (Extremely fast sideline to sideline. Loves to light people up when he makes contact.)

    These guys seem like they were bred to join the Legion of Boom. Both have a nice mix of skills, menace, and viciousness. :thfight7:

    Bring them into the fold!!
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  • Last year.

    http://blog.thenewstribune.com/seahawks ... t-tracker/

    OFFENSE:
    Lavasier Tuinei, WR, Oregon
    Brian Quick, WR, Appalachian State
    Justin Helwege, WR, Central Washington
    Derek Carrier, WR-TE, Beloit
    Devin Aguliar, WR, Washington
    Nathan Palmer, WR, Northern
    Josh Bellamy, WR-CB, Louisville
    Derrick Coleman, RB, UCLA
    Logwone Mitz, RB, Washington State
    Chandler Harnish, QB, Northern Illinois
    Brad Smelley, TE, Alabama
    David Paulson, TE, Oregon
    Lamont Bryant, TE, Morgan State
    Jon Opperud, OT, Montana
    Mike Ryan, OT, Connecticut

    DEFENSE:
    Will Blackwell, DL, LSU
    Renard Williams, DT, Eastern
    Michael Brockers, DL, LSU
    Matt Conrath, DL, Virginia
    Claude Davis, DE, University of South Florida
    Korey Toomer, LB, Idaho
    Danny Trevathan, LB, Kentucky
    Bobby Wagner, LB, Utah
    Ron Brooks, CB, LSU
    George Iioka, S, Boise State
    DeShawn Shead, S, Portland State
    Jeremy Lane, DB, Northwestern State
    Brandon Hardin, CB, Oregon State
    Donnie Fletcher, CB, Boston College

    So of these we drafted: Wagner, Toomer, Lane and invited Tuinei to camp.
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  • So we definaely do draft a lot of the players we have for visits. Interesting info, thanks for taking the time to look that up.
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  • As long as someone else doesn't get them first :) David Paulson, TE, Oregon ended up in Washington.
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