Evan Silva has news of another prospect set to visit Seattle in the upcoming weeks: “The Seahawks will host Utah State safety Rajric Coleman for an official pre-draft visit on April 4th.”
Rob Rang has an updated mock draft and continues to pair the Seahawks with quarterback Ryan Mallett: “The Seahawks appear to be very intrigued with the Razorback’s strong arm. GM John Schneider was on hand for Mallett’s pro day.”
Steve Wyche believes the lack of need at running back will hurt the position early this year: “As I was posing questions to an NFL general manager about the value of running backs prospects and the overall draft class at the position, I got a question boomeranged back toward me: How many teams, right now, really need a running back?”
Adam Schefter doesn’t believe Jake Locker will stick around long enough for the Seahawks to select at #25: “I don’t get the sense that Locker will be around at No. 25. There are just so many teams that need quarterbacks — Carolina, Buffalo, Arizona, San Francisco, Tennessee, Washington, Minnesota and Miami, to name some — and his upside is too high.”
Dan Kelly’s Seahock Blog is a brilliant new site that’s become a must read. His latest piece breaks down the Seahawks’ receivers, particularly Deon Butler. Alongside Brandon Adams’ 17 Power these are two high quality ‘Hawks blogs that I’d recommend highly.
Greg Cox has a short scouting report on Florida State guard Rodney Hudson: “Rodney Hudson brings a lot to the table. Right now his skills are perfect for a zone blocking scheme. He spent four years starting in the ACC, including some work at center and tackle.”
Mark Ingram speaks to ESPN about his draft preparations: