2013 NFL Draft: Day three OPEN THREAD

April 27th, 2013 | Written by Rob Staton

Seattle’s day three selections:

Round four – Chris Harper (WR, Kansas State)
Round five – Jesse Williams (DT, Alabama), Tharold Simon (CB, LSU), Luke Wilson (TE, Rice)
Round six – Spencer Ware (RB, LSU)
Round seven – Ryan Seymour (G, Vanderbilt), Ty Powell (DE, Harding), Jared Smith (DT, New Hampshire), Michael Bowie (T, NE Oklahoma State)

659 Responses to “2013 NFL Draft: Day three OPEN THREAD”

  1. Kenny Sloth says:

    gah! Stupid love of athleticism, not picking Khaseem Greene.

    • Colin says:

      He’s still available… you never know….

    • CHawk Talker Eric says:

      I think it says as much about how JSPC view our current LB corps as anything. They obviously don’t see it as much of a need (relative to the available talent).

      • Colin says:

        I agree Eric. Apparently Pete and John don’t find it to be the need some people think it is, so I will trust them on their judgement.

      • Cade says:

        Probably a combination of the fact that WLB isn’t a position in our defense that requires high investment and that we have sufficient talent playing there as is. Its a position where if we hit with a later round pick that would be fantastic but not worthy of a rd 1-4 selection. Stewart in the 5th? My prediction is they will get a wlb in the 5th with one of their three selections. Maybe pick up Greene in the 4th. Loved his leadership but I never felt like the value he presented for this team was anywhere near top 2 round selection. On here and Fieldgulls he was getting first round draft grades (precombine).

  2. Nathanael says:

    Last night JS said in the press conference that there was a HUGE drop off in DTs after Hill….. Think that means they aren’t very high on Jesse Williams?

    • CHawk Talker Eric says:

      He’s got major knee issues, plus he’s really a 1T – not exactly a match for our defensive scheme.

  3. oz says:

    Kelly let the cat out of the bag on Gardner one my favorite D-Line players.

  4. corvad says:

    anyone see us moving up?

  5. RJ says:

    Ok lets get this started! Anyone have the list of Kip’s picks? I saw it a few days ago but can’t seem to find it.

  6. SalukiHawk says:

    Anyone think we should give up two 5ths to move back up into the 4th?? Maybe Patton or Swope??

  7. James says:

    In my view, Right OT is the biggest remaining need. Will LB would be there as well, but the prospects who fit the Seahawks template just don’t seem to be there this year. A Will LB is likely somewhere in these coming ten picks, but it is hard to find a player who projects to a roster spot, given this poor fit of need vs. the available prospects. TE is somewhat the same. Miller has really emerged, and McCoy is a pretty solid if inconsistent #2. I am a fan of McGrath, and the new guy, Fells, is a beast. I don’t see a TE prospect that equals any of these four guys. CB and S, especially to back up Earl, needs a big infusion of talent. I would love to see a future starter or two emerge there from among these ten picks. Mebane and Bryant are the only 320# guys we have; McDaniel, Howard, McDonald and now Hill are light on the hoof. Might the R4 pick be someone like Montori Hughes?

  8. Glor says:

    get er dun!

  9. Troy says:

    RD4 #123- OLB> Khaseem Greene, (**DT- Jesse Williams, ** WR- Da’Rick Rogers)

    RD5 #138- OT> Luke Marquardt, (** TE\FB- Kyle Juszczyk , ** DT- Bennie Logan)

    RD5 #158- TE\FB> Kyle Juszczyk, (** WR- Ryan Swoope, ** S- Baccari Rambo)

    RD5 #165- DE/ OLB> John Simon, (** DT- Montori Hughes, ** S- Philip Thomas)

    RD6 #194- DT> Stephan Charles, (** CB- Sanders Commings ** QB- Matt Scott)

    RD6 #199- OT> Ricky Wagner, (** WR\CB- Rodney Smith, ** WR- Aaron Mellette)

    RD7 #220- DE/OLB> Armonty Bryant, ** OT- Jordan Mills, ** WR- Marcus Davis)

    RD7 #231- SS\OLB> Cooper Taylor, (** TE- Nick Kasa, ** WR- Marquess Wilson)

    RD7 #241- DT> Kwame Geathers , (** TE- Ryan Otten, ** CB- Micah Hyde)

    RD7 #242- OLB> Jayson DiManche (** DT- Lawrence Okoye, ** OLB/DE- Caleb Schreibeis)

  10. Nolan says:

    Darick Rodgers, Sanders commings, and Mark Harrison are my three favorits left I would like two of the three to become Hawks…. I also would be happy if we end up with matt barkley or matt scott as QB2

  11. A. Simmons says:

    Interesting. Barkley to the Eagles.

    • Nolan says:

      I think Barkely is best in the draft but I would have though that Chip Kelly would have wanted a read option type.

      • Beanhawk says:

        This is probably the most overrated belief perpetuated by the media (not pointing at you), and actually, Barkley is faster than Darron Thomas, who everyone points to as an athletic qb. It is a nice bonus for him, sure, but not crucial.

        • Nolan says:

          yOU COULD BE RIGHT beanhawk I don’t know much about chip kelly just thought he would want that type of QB. I like Barkely and I like the Eagles so good luck to him

  12. Michael (CLT) says:

    Matt Barkley. Good luck and congrats. Eagles are deep and will be good this year.

    • Glor says:

      talk about value…

      • Michael (CLT) says:

        The pick hurt to listen to. Jordan Hill had better show value. Barkley certainly will.

        • Michael (CLT) says:

          Matt Barkley is better than Brady Quinn, and would be cheaper.

          • Glor says:

            and it cost 1 7th round pick to move up to get him.

          • Brett says:

            Or Matt Barkley is Brady Quinn. I’d much rather have Scott.

            • Michael (CLT) says:

              Backup QB run currently on. I wonder if Seattle will trade up for Matt Scott.

          • pqlqi says:

            Put Barkley on the teams that Quinn played for and he likely flops as well.

            Hard to say.

            Quinn is making 780K this season. Based on last season’s 98th pick, Barkley would get a 2.5 million contract with a 500 K signing bonus. The cap hit would be 575 in the first year, but there would be 375K in dead money going forward. In reality, the cap savings would be negligible.

  13. Nolan says:


    • Nolan says:

      Or akeem spencer… he is a DT so its suprising I can’t recall him given our need at that spot

  14. Trudy Beekman says:

    How the hell do the Jaguars pass on Barkley. Not even gonna add some 4th round competition to Gabbert/Henne?

  15. Kenny Sloth says:

    Looking over the guys in this range. I think it’s gonna be one of Shamarko Thomas, Ryan Swope, Quinton Patton, or Mark Harrison. I could still see Khaseem Greene, because he has ’tilt-the-field’ intangibles.
    I think we’re missing the truly dominant, undisputed vocal leader on Defense. That’s what I thought our biggest need was last year. If we had someone on the field that could consistently instill a fire in the belly of our D so we can get off the field. John Simon and Greene are the only defensive players that I see in this draft that just scream “leader”.
    Shamarko seems like an ideal backup to ET and could be a monster on special teams. Can’t you seem him in wolf grey as a punt team gunner and just laying the wood on LaMichael James?
    Swope has versatility in that he’s agile enough to play in the slot or he could slide out and be great there. Never saw a lot of jump balls to him, but he reminds me of Sidney Rice with his body control and route running ability. The way he lays out and stays inbounds really is what conjours the Rice comparisons for me.
    Patton also reminds me of Rice, less so with the body control aspect and more with his release and how good he is with his hands, fighting the press. While he’s less purely athletic than Swope, you can hardly tell on the field.
    Mark Harrison is just a freak. We could probably wait until the fifth for him, but I’m worried about the 9ers.

  16. Troy says:

    Best Available Players

    35. Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State
    37. Alex Okafor, DE, Texas
    41. Jesse Williams, DL, Alabama
    46. Khaseem Greene, LB, Rutgers [BBV Prospect Profile]
    47. Philip Thomas, S, Fresno State
    55. Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech
    69. Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson
    73. Sean Porter, OLB, Texas A&M
    75.Tony Jefferson, S, Oklahoma
    78. John Simon, Ohio State
    79. Jonathan Franklin, RB, UCLA
    83. Sanders Cummings, CB, South Carolina
    84. Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin
    85.Stepfan Taylor, RB, Stanford
    86. Oday Aboushi, OL, Virginia
    88. Brian Schwenke, OL, California
    89. Walter Stewart, DE, Cincinnati
    92. Shamarko Thomas, S, Syracuse
    94. Jelani Jenkins, LB, Florida
    99. Quanterus Smith, DE, Western Kentucky
    101. Tavarres King, WR, Georgia
    102. Chase Thomas, LB, Stanford
    103. Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia
    104. Chris Harper, WR, Kansas State
    105. A.J. Klein, LB, Iowa State
    106. David Queensberry, OT, San Jose State
    109. Marquees Wilson, WR, Washington State
    110. Cornelius Washington, DE, Georgia
    111. Dion Sims, TE, Michigan State
    112. Reid Fragel, T, Ohio State
    113. Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M
    114. David Bakhtiari, OL, Colorado
    115. Terry Hawthorne, CB, Illinois
    116. Shawn Williams, S, Georgia
    118. Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
    119. Barrett Jones, OL, Alabama
    120. Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina
    121. Gerald Hoges, LB, Penn State
    122. Kenny Stills, WR, Oklahoma
    124. Devin Taylor, DE, South Carolina
    126. Michael Buchanan, OLB, Clemson
    129. Tharold Simon, CB, LSU
    130. Brandon Jenkins, DE, Florida State
    131. William Gholston, DE, Michigan State
    132. Everett Dawkins, DT, Florida State
    133. NIck Kasa, TE, Colorado
    134. Marc Anthony, CB, California
    135. Sean Renfree, QB, Duke
    136. Xavier Nixon, OT, Florida
    137. Joseph Randle, RB, Oklahoma State
    139. Lavar Edwards, DE, LSU
    140. Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia
    141. Zac Dysert, QB, Miami Ohio
    142. Duke Williams, CB, Nevada
    143. Jawan Jamison, RB, Rutgers
    144. Kapron Lewis Moore, DE, Notre Dame
    145. Brandon Mcgee, CB, Miami Florida
    146 Trevardo Williams, LB, UCONN
    147. Micah Hyde, CB, Iowa
    148. Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon
    149. Denard Robinson, WR, Michigan
    150. Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon
    151. Jake Stoneburner, TE, Ohio State
    153. Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
    154. Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech
    155. Mike Gillislee, RB, Florida
    156. Alvin Bailey, G, Arkansas
    158. Kevin Reddick, LB, North Carolina

    • Dave says:

      I really want Sanders Cummings or Khaseem Greene. What are you guys thinking?

      • Kenny Sloth says:

        Both of those. Plus Swope, Patton, John Simon, Shamarko Thomas, Mark Harrison, Denard Robinson (though unlikely)..

        • LantermanC says:

          Yeah, Kip really sold me on Simon, Greene, and Swope. If we can just get one of these 3, I’ll be really happy.

          • LantermanC says:

            And I know Kip doesn’t like Greene that much due to speed reasons (and other things), but he did say if the Seahawks don’t draft Greene, he doesn’t see them drafting LB until late if at all.

  17. Dave says:

    I thought Schiano traded up to get his old LB Khaseem Greene. He’s still avaiable!

  18. Kenny Sloth says:

    In other news. The jets just traded their fourth to the Saints for Chris Ivory.

  19. Nolan says:

    Ace Sanders is a superstar name but not one of my fav recievers

  20. Nolan says:

    Never herd of Josh Boyce

  21. Nolan says:

    Alex Okafor was a guy alot of people liked early in the draft I know on this site we talked a lot about him before Free Agency could be a good pick for the Cardnils

    • Kenny Sloth says:

      Doesn’t his brother play for the Cards?

    • Dave says:

      Someone posted on SDB or at Field Gulls about how Okafor’s sacks are quickest to the QB amongst all DE/OLB pass rushers. While he is not as fast as Mingo or Jordan, he was the most efficient at getting to the passer. Good thing Russell is hard to sack.

  22. Nolan says:

    The Dolphins takes one of the Land Mines kip pointed out this morning

  23. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    About TB’s pick – Akeem Spence. He’s is physically similar to JHIll (nearly exact same measurements) and like Hill he also plays with a strong motor. But his first step isn’t as quick, his pad level isn’t as good, he can’t disengage blocks as well, and he can’t move laterally like Hill. There’s at least 1-2 round grades between them.

    IMO, of course.

  24. Chris says:

    Khaseem Greene is this years Charles Brown (OT from USC, now at NO). Everyone loved him on the blog but is falling… What is it that scouts see that we don’t see?

    • Kenny Sloth says:

      Lack of elite speed. LB’s have to be fast to keep up with the Jokers and Slot guys of the NFL.

  25. Dave says:

    Duke Williams goes, I hope the Hawks can get Shamarko Thomas or Earl Wolff.

  26. Nolan says:

    Duke Williams is a guy I liked thats a bummer

  27. Kenny Sloth says:

    Jelani Jenkins OLB from Florida to Miami.
    Duke Williams S from Nevada to the Bills

  28. Nolan says:

    Breaking News : The Dolphins have taken 2 Dions in this draft they are approaching the maxium limit for Dions on one roster

  29. Dave says:

    Where do you guys think we target Kasa or another TE, rd 5?

    • Nolan says:

      Im hopping after they take a Darrick Rodger or Mark Harrison at WR

      • Dave says:

        Rodgers and Harrison make sense as Rice replacements. What about Swope, you like him?

      • Dave says:

        Patton is dropping too, but he doesn’t have the height of Rodgers or Harrison. I think Rodgers should have gone in round 3, so he presents value. I think Harrison will be there in round 5 or 6.

        • Nolan says:

          Yea Patton is probably better then Harrison I just really like Harrison and Rodgers is my favorit from guy in the draft so I am just Hoping to get my guy.

  30. Nolan says:

    Brian Schwenkie is another guy I never herd of but I don’t think Hawks are looking for a C so shouldn’t bother us

    • Nolan says:

      Same thing with Edmund Kugbila so far the early opart of the round going Hakws way minus Duke Williams

      • Nolan says:

        Pack take Bakhtiari I remember that as a Tackle prospect name so thats kind of a bummer, less so then Duke Williams for me any way though

  31. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Schwenkie and Bakhtiari, 2 very good OLinemen gone.

  32. Kenny Sloth says:

    Packers may’ve struck gold in the fourth with Bakhtiari

  33. Dave says:

    What about Matt Scott?

  34. Glor says:

    There goes Nassib to the Giants.. future trade bait?

  35. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Dang. I like Shamarko.

    • Nolan says:

      Yeah I love his Name Shamrko, plus Thomas is my last name so its kind of a Bummer

      Duke Williams

      are the three biggest losses so far through the round from Hawks point of view

    • Dave says:

      Me too, this sucks, I’m hoping for Earl Wolff now. Shamarko has concussion issues. He plays without holding back, which is something I love, but concussions mean you can’t play.

  36. RJ says:

    Listening to Rich Eisen makes my ears cry

  37. RJ says:

    damn steelers!

    • Nolan says:

      Yeah Hate them but they always draft well, I questionthere taste in RB but otherwise like there draft

    • Dave says:

      Steelers are quietly having a great draft. Jarvis Jones, Markus Wheaton, now Shamarko Thomas. Their only miss is on RB Leveon Bell. Why take him, when Eddie Lacy and Christine Michael is there?

      • CHawk Talker Eric says:

        The only reason I can think of is situational fit. Bell is a big bruising RB in the vein of Bettis (but taller, and with less vision and instinct).

      • RJ says:

        He’s a typical Steeler back. He’s a factor back!

  38. Kenny Sloth says:

    Kip, could you see Khaseem Greene as an ILB for us? Bobby Wagner could be a more than serviceable Will, potentially better than he was at Mike. I understand the whole “if it ain’t broke…” argument, but Greene could be our mid round steal this year. He has a very low ceiling, but his floor is incredibly high. At this price, Greene could be a great backup ILB.

  39. Kenny Sloth says:


  40. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Here go the QBs

    • Glor says:

      Next year is supposed to be a pretty good QB class coming out though right? So maybe we don’t take one and instead take the talent that is getting left on the board as a result.

  41. Glor says:

    and it’s a run on QB’s

  42. Kenny Sloth says:

    Great pick for the Raiders. Low Risk, High Reward.

    Goddamn you Les Snead.

  43. Nolan says:

    Rams get a good Center Rob was really high on him at one point I remember

    • Kenny Sloth says:

      I hate Barrett Jones as a Center. And as a guard. He really struggles to hold up against NT types. Gets driven back almost consistently.

    • CHawk Talker Eric says:

      I recall Rob cooling on him quite a bit. I think he’d say Barrett went about where he should.

  44. Nolan says:

    No familiar with BW Webb so I will count this as no big loss for the Hawks

    Tyler Wilson

    are the big losses so far

  45. Dave says:

    How many picks do the Cardinals have. They’re picking once every 10 picks.

  46. Kenny Sloth says:

    Could see Ricky Wagner for the Hawks.?

  47. Kenny Sloth says:

    Two guards before tackle? Okay AZ

  48. Kenny Sloth says:

    Please don’t take Greene, Bears…

    • Glor says:

      they did

    • Kenny Sloth says:

      Sure enough, they did.
      The Next Brian Urlacher, everybody.

    • Glor says:

      fact of the matter is that the hawks could easily move up if there was anyone they really cared about here. do you think they are just extremely opposed to doing so, or they feel that they just have too many options currently?

  49. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    And there goes Greene

  50. Alec says:

    why would we wait so long for khaseem greene now who do we get?

  51. Kenny Sloth says:

    Anybody like Tony Jefferson for the ‘Hawks?

  52. Dave says:

    I’m so sick of Geno and Honey Badger. ESPN and NFLN hang on their every word. I’d rather watch tape and analysis of players being picked. Khaseem Greene deserves some break down by Mayock.

  53. AJ says:

    So upset about Greene, but not sure we were ever gonna take him! Who we gonna take? Surprised Scott has fallen this far after the hype.

  54. Alec says:

    So obviously we arent getting a linebacker

  55. Kenny Sloth says:

    Sean Porter is a twig.

  56. Nog says:

    Finally everyone can stop whining about Greene!

    • Kenny Sloth says:

      WHOA MAN!!!!
      Do you even know why we were hoping for Khaseem Greene?
      I bet he’ll be a phenomenal steal for the Bears.

      • Nog says:

        Lol of course. I’ve been reading this board all offseason, but I agree with kip. He doesn’t fit what the Seahawks look for in a LB, yet he has received an unusual amount of attention

  57. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Is this draft really as deep as it seems? Or did I just do too much scouting this year and I’m stuck on my favs? There are many prospects still on the board that I would be very excited to get.

  58. Nolan says:

    Sean Porter is not a name Im familiar with

  59. Dave says:

    A lot of safeties going in round 4…

  60. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Phillip Thomas is a decent pick.

  61. Nolan says:

    Philip Thomas despite me and him sharing a last name I don’t know about

  62. Troy says:

    Available Players:
    *Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State
    *Stephan Charles, DT
    *Jesse Williams, DL, Alabama
    *Kyle Juszczyk, FB/TE
    *Luke Marquardt, OT
    *Philip Thomas, S, Fresno State
    *Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech
    *Montori Hughes, DT
    *Philip Thomas, S
    *Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson
    *Tony Jefferson, S, Oklahoma
    *John Simon, OLB/DE Ohio State
    *Jonathan Franklin, RB, UCLA
    *Sanders Cummings, CB, South Carolina
    *Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin
    *Stepfan Taylor, RB, Stanford
    *Oday Aboushi, OL, Virginia
    *Walter Stewart, DE, Cincinnati
    *Quanterus Smith, DE, Western Kentucky
    *Tavarres King, WR, Georgia
    *Chase Thomas, LB, Stanford
    *Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia
    *Chris Harper, WR, Kansas State
    *A.J. Klein, LB, Iowa State
    *David Queensberry, OT, San Jose State
    *Marquees Wilson, WR, Washington State
    *Cornelius Washington, DE, Georgia
    *Ryan Otten, TE
    *Nick Kasa, TE
    *Reid Fragel, T, Ohio State
    *Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M
    *Terry Hawthorne, CB, Illinois
    *Shawn Williams, S, Georgia
    *Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
    *Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina
    *Gerald Hoges, LB, Penn State
    *Kenny Stills, WR, Oklahoma
    *Devin Taylor, DE, South Carolina
    *Michael Buchanan, OLB, Clemson
    *Tharold Simon, CB, LSU
    *Brandon Jenkins, DE, Florida State
    *William Gholston, DE, Michigan State
    *Everett Dawkins, DT, Florida State
    *Nick Kasa, TE, Colorado
    *Marc Anthony, CB, California
    *Sean Renfree, QB, Duke
    *Xavier Nixon, OT, Florida
    *Joseph Randle, RB, Oklahoma State
    *Lavar Edwards, DE, LSU
    *Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia
    *Zac Dysert, QB, Miami Ohio
    *Jawan Jamison, RB, Rutgers
    *Kapron Lewis Moore, DE, Notre Dame
    *Brandon McGee, CB, Miami Florida
    *Trevardo Williams, LB, UCONN
    *Micah Hyde, CB, Iowa
    *Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon
    *Denard Robinson, WR, Michigan
    *Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon
    *Jake Stoneburner, TE, Ohio State
    *Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
    *Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech
    *Mike Gillislee, RB, Florida
    *Alvin Bailey, G, Arkansas
    *Kevin Reddick, LB, North Carolina
    *Armonty Bryant, DE/OLB
    *Jayson DiManche, OLB
    *Lawrence Okoye, DT
    *Caleb Schreibeis, OLB/DE
    *Rodney Smith, WR/CB
    *Marcus Davis, WR

  63. Alec says:

    yep definetly not getting a linebacker haha wow pathetic

  64. Kenny Sloth says:

    Linebacker Run.

  65. Nolan says:

    Hodges dosent ring a bell either


    are only names I like from this round so far

    • CHawk Talker Eric says:

      He was spotted on SDB as a possible WILL prospect. Maybe as competition for MSmith.

  66. Nolan says:

    Kaleed Holmes is he the center that was really good but got hurt this year?

  67. Dave says:

    One pick to go, I love the draft. Christmas in April…

  68. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Patton, Swope are tantalizing options. But I think Scott is too much to pass up here.

  69. Glor says:

    Hawks on the Clock!

  70. Troy says:

    Available Players:
    *Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State
    *Stephan Charles, DT
    *Jesse Williams, DL, Alabama
    *Kyle Juszczyk, FB/TE
    *Luke Marquardt, OT
    *Quinton Patton, WR, Louisiana Tech
    *Montori Hughes, DT
    *Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson
    *Tony Jefferson, S, Oklahoma
    *John Simon, OLB/DE Ohio State
    *Jonathan Franklin, RB, UCLA
    *Sanders Cummings, CB, South Carolina
    *Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin
    *Stepfan Taylor, RB, Stanford
    *Oday Aboushi, OL, Virginia
    *Walter Stewart, DE, Cincinnati
    *Quanterus Smith, DE, Western Kentucky
    *Tavarres King, WR, Georgia
    *Chase Thomas, LB, Stanford
    *Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia
    *Chris Harper, WR, Kansas State
    *A.J. Klein, LB, Iowa State
    *David Queensberry, OT, San Jose State
    *Marquees Wilson, WR, Washington State
    *Cornelius Washington, DE, Georgia
    *Ryan Otten, TE
    *Reid Fragel, T, Ohio State
    *Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M
    *Terry Hawthorne, CB, Illinois
    *Shawn Williams, S, Georgia
    *Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
    *Marcus Lattimore, RB, South Carolina
    *Kenny Stills, WR, Oklahoma
    *Devin Taylor, DE, South Carolina
    *Michael Buchanan, OLB, Clemson
    *Tharold Simon, CB, LSU
    *Brandon Jenkins, DE, Florida State
    *William Gholston, DE, Michigan State
    *Everett Dawkins, DT, Florida State
    *Nick Kasa, TE, Colorado
    *Marc Anthony, CB, California
    *Sean Renfree, QB, Duke
    *Xavier Nixon, OT, Florida
    *Joseph Randle, RB, Oklahoma State
    *Lavar Edwards, DE, LSU
    *Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia
    *Zac Dysert, QB, Miami Ohio
    *Jawan Jamison, RB, Rutgers
    *Kapron Lewis Moore, DE, Notre Dame
    *Brandon McGee, CB, Miami Florida
    *Trevardo Williams, LB, UCONN
    *Micah Hyde, CB, Iowa
    *Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon
    *Denard Robinson, WR, Michigan
    *Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon
    *Jake Stoneburner, TE, Ohio State
    *Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
    *Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech
    *Mike Gillislee, RB, Florida
    *Alvin Bailey, G, Arkansas
    *Kevin Reddick, LB, North Carolina
    *Armonty Bryant, DE/OLB
    *Jayson DiManche, OLB
    *Lawrence Okoye, DT
    *Caleb Schreibeis, OLB/DE
    *Rodney Smith, WR/CB
    *Marcus Davis, WR

  71. Aaron says:

    Ryan Swope, Matt Scott,or Cornelius Washington

  72. Glor says:

    Chris Harper

  73. Elijah says:

    I like the Harper pick.

    • Beanhawk says:

      Me too. Here is your big receiver people were clamoring for.

      He is raw, and had Collin Klein throwing to him, but he can be dangerous after the catch.

      • LantermanC says:

        IMO, possibly a Boldin type. And we don’t need to play him much for 2 years because we have 4 WRs ahead of him, so we can see if he will develop.

  74. Glor says:

    GB just moved back into the 4th… QB?

  75. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    He wasn’t really on the radar, but look at his stats:

    6-1 230lbs, 4.45 40yd (1.57 split), 35.5″ vert, 4.26 20yd. 857yds and 3TDs last season.

  76. connor says:

    Wow first pick I’m surprised at. Chris Harper is very physically talented but terribly inconsistent and kind of a diva on the field. He kinda reminds me of a not as good Dez Bryant. But I’m more surprised that they took him over a Harrison, Swope, or Patton just based on personality, didn’t strike me as a effort/hard worker type player.

    But JS/PC know better then me. He does have a lot of physical talent/Upside.

  77. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    I like TWilliams. A good pick for HOU. A good draft for HOU.

  78. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Great pick for GB. Tremendous value and a nice change of pace for Lacey. GB has a very nice backfield all of a sudden.

    • Dave says:

      I agree. Lacy and Franklin are both legit. GB couldn’t run last year. That changes this year.

  79. Aaron says:

    Chris Harper nfl.com profile:

    NFL Comparison: Early Doucet

    Bottom Line:
    It took Harper a couple of seasons, and a transfer from Oregon back to his home state, to embrace a position switch from quarterback to receiver. While Harper isn’t extremely tall, he has a muscular frame, particular in his lower half. This along with his speed makes him a tough cover, and an even tougher player to bring down with the ball in his hands. He will likely be selected in the third or fourth round.

  80. James says:

    Hah! No one can say they predicted this one. Look forward to seeing him play, to check out why John & Pete liked him better than Q Patton, etc.

  81. Jeff says:

    I like Harper but am surprised they went with him considering some of the other WR options still on board, they must have really preferred Harper, expected them to wait on a WR since so many remain on the board. Them taking him makes me think they really like him significantly more than other receivers.

    • Dave says:

      Do you guys think we go WR again. I don’t think so. I really like Swope and his improvisation when a play breaks down. He really got open for Tannehill and Manziel when they got outside of the pocket. Plus there was a running play where he had one of those Largent blocks.

      It’s cool we have three 5th round picks.

  82. Aaron says:

    Jonathan Franklin, RB UCLA: Absolute steal for GB at #125

  83. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    SF still has 2 picks before the round ends.

  84. Nolan says:

    Bucs Took David Hsu pick

    • Dave says:

      It would have been really funny had the Jets picked him after getting burned by his cousin, Vernon.

  85. Alec says:

    just watched film on chris harper has decent to good hands and is a very big body good route running

  86. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Patton to SF – me no like

  87. Beanhawk says:

    Patton to 49ers… hmmmm….

    • Nolan says:

      Maybe they will have better luck in the 4th round then the first with WR… seems like Hawks intreset in him was a smokescreen and maybe the Niners took the bait

  88. Nolan says:

    I hope this Harper dude is good I will compare him to Rodgers and harrison for his career unless we get either one of these guys with our remaning picks.

  89. connor says:

    I hate to say it but I think Patton will be good for the niners. Good pick and very good value.

    • Nolan says:

      Harper vs Patton will be an interesting career arc to follow… Hawks had thier pick and went Harper will see if that was the right choice.

      • connor says:

        I’m not gonna lie, I liked Patton way more then Harper. Harper does have more upside if he can put it all together. But to me thats a big if.

    • Madmark says:

      I remember looking at Harper after the Senior Bowl. Everyone said he really stood out as a polished receiver then I got lost with rumours and Patton.

  90. Nolan says:

    Ravens double up at the end of the roung they should pick two guys right now not make us wait the whole time

  91. Glor says:

    well there goes Patton.. to the 9rs no less..

  92. Nolan says:


  93. Don says:

    Harper is a converted WR from QB. He is NOT considered a “Tall” WR at 6′-1″, but average. Is inconsistent with drops and only 4.55 40. Average speed. I don’t get it. Not tall enough to someday replace Rice, average speed. What is so special about him?

  94. Milwaukee hawk says:

    Damn Ravens pick up the Harvard FB

  95. Nolan says:

    Kip is heart broken now… Remember to click the lonk ion the site when your buying Simons Ravens jersey Kip

  96. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    It must come down to situational fit. They’re pretty different WRs. Certainly Patton is the better receiver all things considered but he’s also very similar to several WRs already on the roster (Tate, Kearse, Swain). Harper is slightly taller and a bit larger.

  97. Barry says:

    Balt, John Simon…..

  98. LantermanC says:

    Hating Baltimore right now. Simon AND Juszczyk…

  99. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    My 2 favorite players gone – JSimon and KJuszczyk

  100. Nolan says:

    Ravens come in and crush it at the end of the round two guy I would not have minded at all being on the Hawks

  101. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    F’ck you BAL.

  102. Trudy Beekman says:

    John Simon and Juszczyk to Baltimore. Rob you should write for a Ravens draft blog as well, or market this one as such haha.

    • Dave says:

      A lot of film study by Rob and Kip on these 4th rounders. There was a lot of talent picked in round 4.

  103. Dave says:

    Lattimore to 9ers. I didn’t think I could hate Harbaugh more.

  104. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Another good pick for SF. They can do what we would’ve done. Sit him on PUP, let him recover and in a year unleash him.

  105. Troy says:

    Ravens & 9ers are killing it in RD4. All I can say is WHOA!

    • Aaron says:

      Beat me to the puch. Couldn’t agree more on both fronts.

      I like the 9ers draft better than ours. I knew that would probably be the case, but it still sucks.

  106. Aaron says:

    Ozzie Newsome is killing it as per usual. Arthur Brown, Brandon Williams, John Simon

  107. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    It hurts to watch teams with multiple picks close together. BAL takes Simon and Juszczyk back to back. SF takes Patton and Lattimore on either end.

  108. Nolan says:

    Oh and the Niners take Lattimore crap my heart is breaking at the end of the round

    • Burner says:

      Niners are killing it, Rams doing well too. Very surprised we didn’t move up in that round. Be very intersting to see what we do in round 5.

  109. Troy says:

    RD5, its our turn guys. The days about to get A LOT better. Dont be discourage @ the players we dont gete be excited for the players WE DO get. TRUST IN PETE & JOHN

  110. Nolan says:

    I also like Levine too…

  111. Nolan says:

    Good news is not that much longer before Hawks get another Pick

  112. Aaron says:

    Do we go tight end here? Kasa?

  113. Sean says:

    Apparently the Harbaugh boys read seahawksdraftblog.com and stole all of the picks we wanted.

  114. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Dang. I like Sanders Commings.

  115. Aaron says:

    No shoelaces.

  116. LantermanC says:

    Denard gone. And the SHDB favorites just keep getting snapped up.

  117. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    DRob to Jax

  118. Burner says:

    Denard Robinson to Jax. Another of this blog’s darlings gone 🙁

  119. Dave says:

    Denard Robinson, is he Gus’ Harvin?

  120. Troy says:

    Available Players:
    *Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State
    *Stephan Charles, DT
    *Jesse Williams, DL, Alabama
    *Luke Marquardt, OT
    *Montori Hughes, DT
    *Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson
    *Tony Jefferson, S, Oklahoma
    *Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin
    *Stepfan Taylor, RB, Stanford
    *Oday Aboushi, OL, Virginia
    *Walter Stewart, DE, Cincinnati
    *Quanterus Smith, DE, Western Kentucky
    *Tavarres King, WR, Georgia
    *Chase Thomas, LB, Stanford
    *Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia
    *A.J. Klein, LB, Iowa State
    *David Queensberry, OT, San Jose State
    *Marquees Wilson, WR, Washington State
    *Cornelius Washington, DE, Georgia
    *Ryan Otten, TE
    *Reid Fragel, T, Ohio State
    *Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M
    *Terry Hawthorne, CB, Illinois
    *Shawn Williams, S, Georgia
    *Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
    *Kenny Stills, WR, Oklahoma
    *Michael Buchanan, OLB, Clemson
    *Tharold Simon, CB, LSU
    *Brandon Jenkins, DE, Florida State
    *Everett Dawkins, DT, Florida State
    *Nick Kasa, TE, Colorado
    *Marc Anthony, CB, California
    *Sean Renfree, QB, Duke
    *Xavier Nixon, OT, Florida
    *Joseph Randle, RB, Oklahoma State
    *Lavar Edwards, DE, LSU
    *Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia
    *Zac Dysert, QB, Miami Ohio
    *Jawan Jamison, RB, Rutgers
    *Kapron Lewis Moore, DE, Notre Dame
    *Brandon McGee, CB, Miami Florida
    *Micah Hyde, CB, Iowa
    *Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon
    *Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon
    *Jake Stoneburner, TE, Ohio State
    *Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
    *Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech
    *Mike Gillislee, RB, Florida
    *Alvin Bailey, G, Arkansas
    *Kevin Reddick, LB, North Carolina
    *Armonty Bryant, DE/OLB
    *Jayson DiManche, OLB
    *Lawrence Okoye, DT
    *Caleb Schreibeis, OLB/DE
    *Rodney Smith, WR/CB
    *Marcus Davis, WR

  121. Dave says:

    I’ve been harping for a backup safety, Early Wolff is now gone. That sucks.

  122. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Wow a trade up and back to back picks

  123. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Ha! JWilliams

  124. Aaron says:

    Boom. There’s some value!

  125. LantermanC says:

    I had a feeling it was J Williams! YES!

  126. Alex says:

    In which we draft the guy with “YOLO” tattooed on his face.

  127. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Welcome Tha Monstar!

  128. A. Simmons says:

    I like the fat body pick. Strange he fell so far. I hope his knees aren’t that bad.

  129. Barry says:

    Williams is good value here.

  130. Dave says:

    Tharold Simon, let me just say I called that 20 minutes ago. Boom!

  131. Glor says:

    What did we give up to move up?

  132. Alex says:

    Simon? Nice callout on the preview!

  133. LantermanC says:

    The 4th round was disappointing, but the 5th round has me excited again.

  134. Sam Jaffe says:

    Woooooo!!! If I had been in charge, I would have picked Jesse Williams in the 1st round. And John Schneider gets him in the 5th.

  135. connor says:

    Wasn’t a big fan of Williams but in the 5th round I’ll take it with his upside. Tharold Simon a pretty classic Seahawk CB pick.

  136. Trudy Beekman says:

    If you guys aren’t on seahawks.com watching the war room it’s kinda cool, but the dialogue is hilariously uninformed. Can’t even figure out what is happening with the trade up w/ the Lions and are reading off scouting reports and passing them off as original thought.

  137. Burner says:

    Wasn’t this the bloke arrested last night?

  138. Ben2 says:

    Yes! Simon! What did we give to move up?

  139. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Good pick for Indy. I like Hughes

  140. Milwaukee hawk says:

    Very excited about those two pick ups. Main thing to focus on now is o-line depth.

  141. Nolan says:

    who step away for a minute and the Hawks take two guys

  142. Nolan says:

    bummer I really like Sander Commings

  143. Barry says:

    Not big on Tharold Simon Day. Slow Cb that gets busted a day before the draft cant be too great at decision making. But he did claim the event never happened, so maybe he is cut out to be a pro CB.

    • Clayton Russell says:

      Simon shut down the Washington WR’s and had some big games in the SEC.

      • Dave says:

        Simon definitely shut down the Huskies WR’s, but that’s not saying a lot. ASJ is their only weapon. Despite that, I think Simon will flourish here. I don’t think Browner will be here in 1-2 years. Sherman and Thomas have to get resigned.

  144. Dave says:

    I like the Harper pick more. I started reading on him after the pick. Apparently his 40 ranges from 4.37-4.55 at 229 lbs. He’s a former QB and has strong hands. He’s been compared to another WR from similar roots, Anquan Boldin.

    • Dizzle says:

      He has a big body but being compared to Boldin is short sighted, he is faster and shorter. From just a body standpoint he compares closer to Delanie Walker or our own Phil bates. You might be able to say he uses his from like Boldin but he is a different animal.

      • Dave says:

        Anquan measures at 6’1″, 220 lbs. Anquan is definitely slower and lighter, but they both have strong hands, high points the ball and they both played QB. How do you not see the similarities?

    • Ben says:

      he also scored a 33 one the wonderlick, not indicative of anything, but it’s really cool.

  145. Nolan says:

    Still a sliver of hope for my boys Darick Rodger and Mark harrison though

  146. Sam Jaffe says:

    Tharold Simon was arrested earlier this week while visiting his grandmother in Eunice, LA. for threatening cops who were trying to break up a party. He reportedly told them “You can’t do this. I own Eunice.” After that, they handcuffed him. I hereby propose “Eunice” as his official seahawksdraftblog nickname.

  147. Nolan says:

    I also like Luke Mardquart guy to we can still get him and Armonty Bryant

  148. Sam Jaffe says:

    LOL. He might be a scmuck, but if he forgets that he’s a schmuck, that’s a good sign for being a pro CB. I disagree with your comment about him being slow. Simon ran a sub 4.4 forty. Definitely not slow. I think he would have been a 1st/2nd round ranked if not for the character concerns. Luckily, he’ll behave in Seattle, as he doesn’t own it.

    • CHawk Talker Eric says:

      He’s not the greatest coverman, but he likes to hit hard. Prototypical SEA CB, tall, tough and physical.

    • Barry says:

      Yeah I’ve seen he was projected to late round one or two. But the two forty times I’ve seen for him was the 4.51 at the combine and a 4.47 pro day.

      I was more playing a tongue ‘n cheek crack …

  149. Glor says:

    interesting to see Swoop fall like this.. weren’t we concerned he wouldn’t even fall to us in the 2nd round earlier in the process? 🙂

  150. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Nice footage of JWilliams as a FB for Bama in goal line offense on seahawks.com.

  151. Nolan says:

    My New four Favs availble list


  152. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Dang. QSmith to DEN. I really like QSmith

  153. Troy says:

    *Matt Scott, QB, Arizona, *Luke Marquardt, OT, *Cornelius Washington, DE, Georgia, *Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M, *Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech,*Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech, *Stephan Charles, DT, *Armonty Bryant, DE/OLB wiith the next two Hawk pick perhaps? Would love any of these guys @ #158 & #194.

  154. Burner says:

    Has Quessenberry been drafted yet?

  155. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    TE: MWilliams, ROtten, NKasa, CGragg, JFauria, JStoneburner?
    OL: RFragel, LMarquardt, DQuessenberry, RWagner, JMills?
    DL: SCharles, ABryant, JKruger, KGeathers?
    WR: RSwope, TKing, AMellette, MWilson, DRogers?
    OLB: CWashington, CThomas,JDiManche?
    S: BRambo, TCooper, BMelaphony?

  156. Barry says:

    Lavar Edwards to the Titans. Damn….

  157. Dave says:

    S Cooper Taylor looks a little like Kam Chancellor, 6’4″, 288 lbs, fast too, runs 4.49, should be a ST standout.

  158. Nolan says:

    My quartet is still alive… however its like no of the customers at my work have gotten the memo that I am trying to watch the draft been getting super busy here

  159. Nolan says:

    I did like Taylor

  160. Glor says:

    a punter just got drafted, I think that is an Omen that we should take a QB next

  161. Zach says:

    Punters are people too!

  162. Dave says:

    Definitely not drafting a P, but do we draft K?

  163. Troy says:

    Available Players:
    *Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State
    *Stephan Charles, DT
    *Luke Marquardt, OT
    *Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson
    *Tony Jefferson, S, Oklahoma
    *Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin
    *Walter Stewart, DE, Cincinnati
    *Tavarres King, WR, Georgia
    *Chase Thomas, LB, Stanford
    *Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia
    *David Queensberry, OT, San Jose State
    *Marquees Wilson, WR, Washington State
    *Cornelius Washington, DE, Georgia
    *Ryan Otten, TE
    *Reid Fragel, T, Ohio State
    *Ryan Swope, WR, Texas A&M
    *Shawn Williams, S, Georgia
    *Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
    *Michael Buchanan, OLB, Clemson
    *Brandon Jenkins, DE, Florida State
    *Everett Dawkins, DT, Florida State
    *Nick Kasa, TE, Colorado
    *Marc Anthony, CB, California
    *Sean Renfree, QB, Duke
    *Xavier Nixon, OT, Florida
    *Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia
    *Zac Dysert, QB, Miami Ohio
    *Jawan Jamison, RB, Rutgers
    *Kapron Lewis Moore, DE, Notre Dame
    *Micah Hyde, CB, Iowa
    *Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon
    *Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon
    *Jake Stoneburner, TE, Ohio State
    *Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
    *Jordan Mills, OT, Louisiana Tech
    *Mike Gillislee, RB, Florida
    *Alvin Bailey, G, Arkansas
    *Kevin Reddick, LB, North Carolina
    *Armonty Bryant, DE/OLB
    *Jayson DiManche, OLB
    *Lawrence Okoye, DT
    *Caleb Schreibeis, OLB/DE
    *Rodney Smith, WR/CB
    *Marcus Davis, WR

  164. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    QDial to SF. Bad medicine

  165. Troy says:

    I want Matt Scott,Luke Marquardt, Ryan Swope, Jordan Hill

  166. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Luke Wilson?

  167. Troy says:

    Does anyone know anything about Luke Wilson?

  168. Burner says:

    Who is Luke Willson?

  169. Dave says:

    TE Luke Wilson, 6’6″, 251 lbs, 4.52 40, anyone know anything else?

  170. Troy says:

    Wish we would have traded back if they really wanted this guy. Could always use additional picks

    • Glor says:

      probably no takers

    • Dave says:

      I know, not much production last year. 6 receptions, 128 yards, 2 TDs in 2012. Was he hurt? If he does that in two games, that’s great, but in 12? That would be weak. I hope that’s production from 2 games. The we might have that move TE (joker) that we kept talking about.

      • Ninjahawk says:

        Yep, he was fighting two “nagging injuries” last year (per a couple scouting sites) which skewed his production last year. Before he got hurt, he started the year as a contender for the Mackey award, best TE in the nation. Sounds like another case of our guys out-scouting everybody else and turning over every rock, he could end up being another absolute steal.

  171. Nolan says:

    My quartet is still alive and we just drafted the more annoying wilson brother was Owen not availble?

  172. Freehawk says:

    He is a guy I picked as a possibility for the hawks, great measurables, tall and very fast.

  173. iaintthewalrus says:

    Did we just draft Richie Tenenbaum? That dude’s got questionable makeup.

  174. Troy says:


    At Rice’s pro day, Willson ran the 40-yard dash in 4.57 and 4.46 seconds. He had a 38-inch vertical jump and a 10-foot-2 broad jump. He ran the short shuttle in 4.28 seconds and the three-cone drill in 7.04 seconds. He performed 23 lifts of 225 pounds on the bench press. All of those totals would have been among the top 10 in his position group at the combine.

    • Trudy Beekman says:

      Some more from the Rice team page: One of the team leaders who battled through a pair of nagging injuries during his senior season, closing with a solid and healthy effort vs. Air Force in the Armed Forces Bowl. Spent time in the Toronto Blue Jays’ extended spring training camp in May before returning to Rice in June to begin preparations for his senior year…Drafted by the the Toronto Argos in the 4th round of the CFL draft this spring.

    • A. Simmons says:

      Longshot with upside. Typical Seahawk pick. Probably won’t make it, but why not give it a shot.

      • Glor says:

        exactly, we were already saying that 10 guys weren’t making this team. Might as well go for upside and see what happens.

      • Jon says:

        who is the one that you have pegged for the #3 TE that auto beats this guy.

        How is it that he does not make the team and it is still draft day?

  175. Kenny Sloth says:

    Love the measurables on Luke Wilson. Have never seen any tape on the kid. Heh.

    • Glor says:

      Looks like he went in the 4th round of the CFL draft.. not exactly a ringing endorsement…

      • Dave says:

        Well, the Nick Kasa rumor was a lie.

      • Nolan says:


        • Troy says:

          Browner was signed as an UDFA by the Denver Broncos in 2005. He fractured his left forearm, then the Broncos placed him on IR and he missed the entire 2005 season. In 2006 Denver waived him to make room for other players. Browner signed with the Calgary Stampeders in 2006, the rest is history.

      • Kenny Sloth says:

        Here comes the run on k/p’s

  176. Aaron says:

    Luke Willson Article


    “Pro day was a real big day,” Willson said. “Even on film, I didn’t feel 100 per cent. I’ve never officially ran a 40 (yard dash). They estimated at the bowl game I ran a 4.85 and I said, ‘You’ve got to be kidding me.’”

    On pro day, he ran a 4.47 that opened more than a few eyes.

    “All my numbers, for tight ends, would have been in the top three had I been at the combine,” Willson said. “I think I put myself back on the map.”

    He’ll come home this week to watch the draft unfold with family and friends and, one way or another, he knows he has a decision to make.

    He was a fourth-round pick CFL Draft pick by the Grey Cup champion Toronto Argonauts last year and spent extended spring training with the Toronto Blue Jays baseball team.

  177. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Interesting post pick interview with SEA scout on seahawks.com re Luke Willson (and Tharold Simon)

    • CHawk Talker Eric says:

      “It’s not your best 11 vs our best 11 anymore.” It’s all about situation/scheme fit.

      Willson has off the chart athleticism and is a multisport athlete (hockey, baseball, fb). Scout Ed Dodds said “He just looks like what an NFL player looks like.”

  178. Nolan says:

    Did we trade some 6th round choices?

  179. Jon says:

    Swope int he sixth. Nice get for the Cards

  180. Aaron says:

    Swope to Arizona.

    We’ll defintely have a chance to get a good look at a lot of the prospects we liked, since they’ll be playing in our division.

  181. connor says:

    Man everyone in our division is taking some good WR’s. We’re gonna have to deal with Tavon, Stedman Bailey, Patton and Swope.

  182. Jon says:

    Is it possible we still take a WR. Mark Harrison still out their

    • Dave says:

      I think Nolan has been wanting Rodgers or Harrison, since 9 am pst. Rodgers gets drafted in round 6, probably not Hawks. I hope for his sake, it is the Hawks, but I could see Harrison in the 7th or priority UDFA.

  183. Jon says:

    Rogers, Da’Rick
    Kaufman, Brandon
    Wilson, Marquess
    Mellette, Aaron

  184. Kenny Sloth says:

    Cards got swope

  185. Dave says:

    Quessenberry and D Hopkins gone.

  186. train says:

    will the hawks go matt scott?

  187. Troy says:

    Available Players:
    *Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State
    *Stephan Charles, DT
    *Luke Marquardt, OT
    *Andre Ellington, RB, Clemson
    *Tony Jefferson, S, Oklahoma
    *Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin
    *Walter Stewart, DE, Cincinnati
    *Chase Thomas, LB, Stanford
    *Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia
    *Marquees Wilson, WR, Washington State
    *Cornelius Washington, DE, Georgia
    *Reid Fragel, T, Ohio State
    *Shawn Williams, S, Georgia
    *Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
    *Michael Buchanan, OLB, Clemson
    *Everett Dawkins, DT, Florida State
    *Marc Anthony, CB, California
    *Sean Renfree, QB, Duke
    *Xavier Nixon, OT, Florida
    *Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia
    *Jawan Jamison, RB, Rutgers
    *Kapron Lewis Moore, DE, Notre Dame
    *Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon
    *Kenjon Barner, RB, Oregon
    *Jake Stoneburner, TE, Ohio State
    *Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
    *Alvin Bailey, G, Arkansas
    *Kevin Reddick, LB, North Carolina
    *Armonty Bryant, DE/OLB
    *Jayson DiManche, OLB
    *Lawrence Okoye, DT
    *Caleb Schreibeis, OLB/DE
    *Rodney Smith, WR/CB
    *Marcus Davis, WR

  188. Nolan says:

    My big four are still alive

    Darick Rodgers, Mark Harrison, Luke Mardquart, Armonty Bryant and we have 4 picks left!

  189. Jon says:

    Matt Scott QB
    Armonty Bryant DE
    Marquardt OT
    Fragel OT
    Nixon OT
    Rambo SS
    Bray QB
    Dysert QB
    Poyer CB
    Price CB
    Washington OLB/LEO
    Harrison WR
    Rodgers WR

    Who will we get ?

  190. Robert says:

    Stefan Charlse, Armonty Bryant, Mark Harrison??? I wouldn’t be at all surprised if they surprise us. Upon closer evaluation, I love all are picks!

    • Jon says:

      we could end this draft with 11 players that will make the 53.

      I fully believe Willson can win the #3/joker spot.

    • Jon says:

      forgot Charlse, man there is still a lot of talent left

    • Dave says:

      If Harrison doesn’t get drafted, he may end up at New England. Belichek’s son (NE coach and former Rutger’s player) is recruiting a whole lot of Rutger’s players,

  191. Freehawk says:

    I want David Bass

  192. Ben2 says:

    Want Lord Marquart – we need OT depth badly!

  193. Jon says:

    I wonder if there was a league wide mandate to give all of the best players to the NFCW.

  194. O says:

    What’s wrong with Jordan Poyer? The guy is a great football player.
    This reminds me of Chris Polk.

  195. Nolan says:

    currently waiting for this ladies husband to come and translate so she can complain what are the odds that he shows up right at the time the Hawks are making there pick

  196. Burner says:

    Ellington another good value pick for Cards. All our rivals seem to having a good draft.

  197. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Washington to CHI. I’d like ABryant @194

  198. Dave says:

    DE/OLB Cornelius Washington was the talk of the combine after the numbers he put up. The Bears are going defense.

  199. connor says:

    Devonte Holloman was a nice pick by the Cowboys. I liked him for the Seahawks at the Will. Great cover LB.

  200. LantermanC says:

    That Mike James info can’t be correct on ESPN. 5’1″ 230? http://insider.espn.go.com/nfl/draft/player/_/id/29464

    That’d be fun to watch though.

  201. Jon says:

    No Rambooooooooo

  202. Troy says:

    Available Players:
    *Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State
    *Stephan Charles, DT
    *Luke Marquardt, OT
    *Tony Jefferson, S, Oklahoma
    *Ricky Wagner, OT, Wisconsin
    *Walter Stewart, DE, Cincinnati
    *Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia
    *Marquees Wilson, WR, Washington State
    *Reid Fragel, T, Ohio State
    *Shawn Williams, S, Georgia
    *Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
    *Michael Buchanan, OLB, Clemson
    *Everett Dawkins, DT, Florida State
    *Marc Anthony, CB, California
    *Xavier Nixon, OT, Florida
    *Kapron Lewis Moore, DE, Notre Dame
    *Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon
    *Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
    *Armonty Bryant, DE/OLB
    *Jayson DiManche, OLB
    *Lawrence Okoye, DT
    *Caleb Schreibeis, OLB/DE
    *Rodney Smith, WR/CB
    *Marcus Davis, WR
    * Miguel Maysonet, RB
    * Mark Harrison, WR

  203. Nolan says:

    Damn Redskins take Rambo

  204. Burner says:

    I wonder if Chase Thomas could be an option here?

  205. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Hmmm another RB.

  206. Burner says:

    Another running back!!

  207. Nolan says:

    Wow another Running back

    • Brian says:

      I don’t think we can say this is a bad pick, but it’s hard to see how he will be more useful as a fourth running back than Matt Scott would be as a backup QB or Ty Powell would be as another linebacker.

      • Brian says:

        Whelp, they got Ty Powell later on and Matt Scott went undrafted. I guess John Schneider really is a genius.

  208. Glor says:

    Another RB???

  209. Troy says:

    Spencer Ware?

  210. Jon says:

    Spencer Ware??

    Is this a FB/RB hybrid

  211. Glor says:

    I just don’t get it… Is this an inditement of Turbin?

  212. connor says:

    hmmm I wonder if Turbin eventually becomes trade bait?

  213. Santiago says:

    It’s me or Seahawks made that choise in no time?

    They already knew what they wanted…

  214. Trudy Beekman says:

    Most violent runner in the draft right here. I was wondering how his running style will fit with the new NFL rule change about lowering the helmet. Also obviously not sure about the fit on the depth chart.

    • Robert says:

      Our new game plan is to batter the 49ers in the 1st quarter with Spencer Ware, bring Beast on for the mop up…lol
      Hard for me to anticipate our FO’s next move. But I trust in their decisions much more than my own. I would have liked to draft Stefan Charlse and Armonty Bryant…maybe we still can!

  215. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Ware is good in the passing game. A capable pass blocker and receiver out of the backfield. Very much a package-specific player.

    All the same, I think connor might be right and Turbin gets traded.

  216. Cole says:

    This is getting tiresome, unless they’re looking to convert him to FB wtf is the point?

    • Robert says:

      They do this every year. Every pick is a WTF from experts and Internet scouts like us. Then we are pleasantly astounded as the drafted players produce like 1st round talent. Just wait and see how all the pieces come together.

  217. Dave says:

    I really can’t see why Matt Scott and D’arick Rodgers haven’t been drafted yet. These guys were RD 2 or 3 guys.

  218. Ryan says:

    Wow, two RBs, two WRs, one TE. Really loading up on offensive skill positions.

    • Burner says:

      5 star dual threat QB comin out of night school. Throw him in the mix too, keep ’em all guessing.

      • Robert says:

        The best Defense is a great offense. It is likely our offense takes over where they left off last year and launches from there…averaging 30+ points per game. And our Defense has a much improved pass rush and a tackling missile at slot corner! The floor for this team is to be real good; the ceiling is 19-0!!!

  219. Jon says:

    I feel like JS hates the 6th round, unless this is a FB convert. He picks so well in the 5th, but the 6th is constantly a lost cause.

    • Jon says:

      5th he is great/the best, 7th he is good, 6th has almost nothing going for it.

      • Michael (CLT) says:

        Then trade up. JS would be wise to trade up. And stay when you have a potential pro bowl OLB there for the taking at 56.

        • Jon says:

          may not have had much interest in Arthur Brown though. our perspective of positional need is different from the FO.

  220. Jeff says:

    People need to calm down, its round 6, you take the top guy on your board. Doesn’t mean anything with relation to Turbin, he is a 6th round pick. Special teams guy, preseason injury insurance guy, practice squad guy. Maybe he shows more but its the 6th round.

    • connor says:

      Even if we didn’t take a RB in the 6th or 7th round at this point Turbin is our third RB. And much in the same way a lot of people would of liked to take a Barkley or a Nassib or Matt Scott to develop and eventually flip for a higher pick I can see the same thing happening with Turbin.

      But thats just speculation on my part. We might cut Ware and use a 3 headed running attack but I personally think Turb will be traded at some point, maybe not even this year? Maybe next year? but at some point to help stock future draft picks.

    • Jon says:

      Im not complaining, I just see him as a guy who got beat out at RB in college, and hope that this pick comes with a major plan attached. With the other players out there it seems that there has to be some kind of a plan.

      Trade someone, change position to FB, what is the plan? I can’t wait to hear more.

    • Michael (CLT) says:

      Spencer Ware is a throw away pick. Either that or we have have basically thrown away 2012 round 4.

      I find this draft bizarre. Borderline stupid.

      • Jon says:

        The only pick I don’t actually agree with unless Ware is a FB convert is the one that he was selected with.

      • Robert says:

        I am glad you are not our GM. A good GM must have many extraordinary talents including the ability to evaluate in the realm of possibility. For 2 days, all I have seen from you is negative posts. But our FO has transformed one of the cruddiest teams in the NFL into one of the best in just 3 years! Every year their Draft choices are ridiculed by experts and Internet scouts alike. And every year, once we start playing the games, the genius of our Draft selections becomes obvious. Try to find a measure of hope and faith and be at peace! I wish we would have drafted Armonty Bryant or Stefan Charlse. But I think our FO has established that their picks and plans are working beyond anyone’s expectations.

      • Madmark says:

        Always with the negative vibes Michael(CLT).

  221. Chris says:

    Luke marquardt??? Please

  222. Burner says:

    Michael Robinson should be very worried.

    • Bruce M. says:

      Michael Robinson is at least 3 inches taller and 20 + pounds heavier. Ware is not a classic lead fullback by any stretch.

      • Burner says:

        Will we be using a FB as much this season though? Think Robinson is due over $2 million this year, too much for someone whose role is going to be downsized.

        • Jon says:

          and downsized from the allready somewhat limited role he played last year. What did he play something like 40% of offensive snaps.

    • Madmark says:

      This is outta of the blue but what if we turn Turbin into a fullback?

  223. James says:

    I’m cool if John & Pete pick a player I am not familiar with (Chris Harper) over one I do know (Quinton Patton)….but two RBs does seem odd. I wonder if they plan to move Ware to FB, similar to the way Robinson bulked up for the position switch? Ware is a big guy who was very strong in pass protection and receiving out of the backfield. Let’s see what John & Pete say.

  224. Ryan M says:

    And no offensive linemen yet through six. Sure would have lived some more depth there.

  225. train says:

    Just watched the Ware tape…3rd down back all the way. Competes with Turbin. Not a fullback at all. Great hands and runs really good routes. Made an amazing catch on a wheel route (coincidently a big drop that Turbin had during the season). Looks like an intangibles-type.

  226. Michael (CLT) says:

    Will I be banned from this site if I say that I don’t like our draft?

    • Kenny Sloth says:

      Yes. You’ll be banned from this site if you ever post again.
      You can read, but from now on you’re not allowed to be a contributor.

    • Kenny Sloth says:

      Just kidding, in fact, I’m not really lovin’ our draft right now. Compared to what it could’ve been. But I suppose it makes sense as they grade for athleticism first. And we took sme ATHLETES. Our picks were athelite.

    • Darnell says:

      Of course not. People are allowed not to like stuff, in fact some people thrive on not liking stuff.

      Hawks drafts tend to look bad in April and great in the fall.

      • Michael (CLT) says:

        I’m clinging to that. I hated our seventh round picks in 2012. Now they may be 2013 starters.

        I need to chill.

        I really wanted Arthur Brown. I, ahem, hate the Michael’s pick. Got be banned on seahawks.net.

        • Darnell says:

          I like Arthur Brown too but I have a theory as to why they haven’t gone olb early.

          I’m thinking since we have two really good 3-down lbers in Wagner and Wright that makes whoever the “other guy” is only a part time player even if he is a starter in title.

          I expect to see Winfield on the field a lot more than the LBer that isn’t Wagner or Wright, especially given Winfield’s tackling is lber quality, his ability to blow up screens is greater than a lber, he blitzes off the edge, cover slots/tes way better than lbers do, good against the run.

          Winfield brings everything and more that a WLB will on the majority of downs. On short yardage or obvious running downs Morgan/Smith are adequate.

          Winfield obviously doesn’t equate to a long term answer, but the WLB can be readdressed later.

      • Darnell says:

        I should add that I am up and down on this draft.

        I love the Michael,Williams,Harper and Simon picks.

        I am intrigued by the Willson picks; big time athlete with limited production (anti-Ruskell essentially)

        I wasn’t a fan of Jordan Hill going into the draft, but I’ll defer to the front office and their eye/resources o this one.

        Ware, I don’t understand. Other than it being the sixth round a possibly a guy they have a much higher grade on.

      • Aaron says:

        Are Rob and Kip taking the day off, or just monitoring from on high?

        (That’s how you get yourself banned.) Wassup

        • Michael (CLT) says:

          I would have taken Barkley over Jordan Hill. I’m sure someone is watching. Rob is probably sleeping.

          • Aaron says:

            Wake up Rob! The Seahawks just took Spencer Ware!!!

          • Robert says:

            But the more I look at JH, I see some unique skills. He can immediately contribute in our rotation. But maybe he pushes Red Bryant and ultimately replaces him. He is good with his feet and hands, which combined with his quickness might allow him to develop into a penetrater. With our stable of DE’s, all we need is some push or penetration up the middle and our pass rush will be devastating for opponents, most of whom will be forced to pass because our offense is going to average 30+ this year!

      • Robert says:

        …and off the charts genius by Christmas!

  227. Ben2 says:

    Ughhh….I was down with a game changing RB at a position of strength but this seems like a wasted pick when a developmental pass rusher or OL seems called for

  228. dirk says:

    I think Ware is going to be moved to FB, we’ll see…

  229. drewdawg11 says:

    Ware could be the Michael Robinson replacement someday. He’s excellent in the passing game as well as pass protection. He’s a tough runner, but nothing special there. I would have preferred luke marquardt. I have a good friend who knows his family, and he really wants to be a Seahawk.

    • Jon says:

      Well if he really want to be a Hawks then maybe they know for some reason that he will be undrafted

  230. Kyle says:

    Always compete–he could beat out Turbin, or MRob. Looks like Pete’s throwing raw meat in the RB cage this year and seeing who comes up with it.

  231. Kenny Sloth says:

    Who else is excited for the seventh round?!

  232. Jon says:

    Our draft with perspective.

    Michael may be starting at RB come 2015 (I actually would say he is more likely the starter his 3rd year
    than Lynch

  233. Scott Allen says:

    I find it so funny how everyone is a critic with out of the blue Seahawk picks. You think by now we’d all come to expect being surprised. Of course they didn’t pick the player you wanted. The player’s you wanted were your idea (and thousands of others) of a sleeper pick. Seattle picks true sleepers in the mid rounds or known steals like simon and williams late. Like always, pundits will grade us low but in the end JS will be validated.

    So please people. Have faith in the master plan.

    • Glor says:

      there is a difference between having faith in the master plan and hating or disliking a particular pick, etc.

      I’m sorry, but I HATED the Charlie Whitehurst trade, absolutely hated it.
      I think Carpenter is going to be a bust, hope I’m wrong there.

      point is, that while they have had great picks these last fews years, they also are in the habit of throwing “stuff” at the wall and seeing what sticks.

      I would have rather seen another WR, or LB, or QB, vs a 4th RB..

    • Casey says:

      Thank you! Our FO has earned the right to NOT to be second guessed. It is amazing what they have done. We have never been a favorite to make the Super Bowl, even after we made it to the Super Bowl; until now. And they did this in roughly 3 years.
      That being said, the best part about the draft and this blog is throwing in our opinions. This is entertainment after all and I love the distraction all of this brings from work.

  234. Troy says:

    Available Players:
    *Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State
    *Stephan Charles, DT
    *Luke Marquardt, OT
    *Tony Jefferson, S, Oklahoma
    *Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia
    *Marquees Wilson, WR, Washington State
    *Reid Fragel, T, Ohio State
    *Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
    *Michael Buchanan, OLB, Clemson
    *Marc Anthony, CB, California
    *Xavier Nixon, OT, Florida
    *Aaron Mellette, WR, Elon
    *Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
    *Armonty Bryant, DE/OLB
    *Jayson DiManche, OLB
    *Lawrence Okoye, DT
    *Caleb Schreibeis, OLB/DE
    *Rodney Smith, WR/CB
    *Marcus Davis, WR
    * Mark Harrison, WR

  235. John says:

    I feel like alot of the players I really liked this year are in the NFC West… just not with the Seahawks haha

    It’s gonna be hard to watch divisional games in the coming years.

    • Darnell says:

      Should be fun to see Austin get cracked by Kam, Mathieau get shook by Percy and Patton unable to seperate from Sherm.

  236. Jon says:

    Our draft with perspective.

    Michael- may be starting at RB come 2015 (I actually would say he is more likely the starter his 3rd year
    than Lynch
    Hill- May be in the starting rotation this year
    Harper- quality at WR (Anquan Boldin Clone)
    Williams- cout be the starter at DT rotation and take over for Bryant as 5T by 2014
    Simon- may be starting by 2014 in place of BB
    Willson- Joker TE (if he pans out he could be elite in that position)
    Ware- (If he is a fullback convert I like the pick as this could be a 2.5 m savings if he pans out, If not I
    struggle with it.)

    Not bad in my mind, to potentially land 4 future starters that are players that will contribute now. Plus don’t forget we got Harvin in this draft.

  237. Madmark says:

    Offensive lines usually take time to GELL together at least that what I’ve heard. Rob said they were quite happy with Breno and at this point I thinking he on to something. Paul on the other hand is an experience player that is quite versatile playing anywhere except maybe center but I’m not sure of that either if it came down to it in a pinch. Have faith, GO HAWKS! I’m ALL IN.

    • Jon says:

      My problem with Paul McQuistan is his cost.
      My problem with Breno Giacomini is his cost if he does not take a pay cut from his 4m in his future contract.

      • Michael (CLT) says:

        My concern is that right tackle will be costly in terms of money or draft picks on ’14 with what we have done today.

  238. Kenny Sloth says:

    I’m noticing a trend in our fullback recruits. We’ve now taken two former QB’s to be Fullbacks and Lynch refers to Robinson as his eyes

  239. Darnell says:

    Really intrigued by Willson. Multi-sport Canadian with great athleticism and triangle numbers.

    Might not be up to the challenge, might suprise. Another athlete to compete.

    • CHawk Talker Eric says:

      With his size/speed combo, and his hockey experience, I wonder if they don’t try a reverse Sweezy and see if he can play LEO.

  240. Nolan says:

    Darrick Rodgers mark Harrison Marquet still available come on hawks

  241. Jon says:

    Position groups for me in the following picks

    OT/OG swing

  242. Jon says:

    I know I’m greedy but I wish we had kept the 7th rounder in the Harvin pick for ourselves.

  243. Nolan Thomas says:

    Was Darick Rodger trying to get high with GMs at the combine…. He fell like a rock

  244. Kenny Sloth says:

    Catapano, Brice Butler, and Michael Williams are gone. A few potential Hawk targets off the board

  245. Brian says:

    Is there any chance they could be planning on trading Marshawn Lynch? (And I’m not saying I WANT them to. I’m just wondering.) It’s the only way drafting two RB’s makes sense to me.

    • Rob Staton says:

      Not a chance – Pete Carroll has always wanted a stable of backs. Ware will mostly get special teams duty.

    • Jon says:

      don’t think so, that seems like a silly value downgrade.
      Maybe at the end of next season if they are offered something like a 1st and 3rd or more. That is the least I would take for him, and I would not do it until after the end of this season. Still don’t think that this is even a thought.

      • jdtjohnson says:

        there is no way a team would trade a 1st for a RB, regardless of how much you like them. You just saw an entire first round go by without one being picked. Trades in the NFL are not like they are in other sports. People seem to always miss that.

  246. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Dang. Armonty Bryant gone

  247. Aaron says:

    I think I have a better chance of winning the lottery before the end of the draft than I do of recognizing the names of any of the Hawks’ remaining picks. Not that that is necessarily a bad thing.

  248. Jon says:

    Poyer gone

  249. Nolan Thomas says:

    Armonty Bryant Goes I liked him…. Darick Rodgers Please draft him Pete and John I know its not likley but still

  250. Burner says:

    Ryan Seymour is the pick.

    • Jon says:


    • Michael (CLT) says:


      • Robert says:

        LOL…There you go again…you’re funny. I like you even though your dogmatic opinions and lack of faith are annoying, given the Draft success history of our FO and their counter-intiuitive selections.

    • Aaron says:


      Seymour started all 13 games on the offensive line, pushing his career starts total to 35 games… Played effectively at several of line positions, taking snaps at center, guard and tackle… Opened the year with nine straight starts at left guard, then moved to starts at both tackle positions late in the year when injuries affected depth up front… Earned solid blocking grades at all three positions… His work in the trenches helped Vanderbilt produce its most explosive offense in more than 50 years, one that featured superb balance in the rushing and passing attacks.

  251. connor says:

    Buffalo got Chris Gragg could turn into a nice weapon.

  252. Nolan Thomas says:

    Did Matt Scott Get picked yet ?

  253. Michael (CLT) says:

    McQ, Carpenter value has grown substantially today. McQ is the left tackle swing, with Carpenter the right tackle swing. Ugh.

    • Jon says:

      McQ is gone IMO and he would not have been the starter this year. the developement of Sweezy passed him up by the playoffs. Proof by play time.

      • Michael (CLT) says:

        Hmm. Who are the backup tackles?

        • Jon says:

          still have Carp as you mentioned.

          Also there are three more picks
          Also Seymour suposedly is a swing. That is what McQ is as a backup at both spots.

  254. Jon says:

    Seymour means the end of McQ IMO (that is 3 m saved)

    • Glor says:

      I wouldn’t pencil any 7th rounder in on the 53 yet.

      • Jon says:

        I would count on someone beating out McQ because of his salary.
        I thought he was good as gone before the draft even started because 3m for a backup is to much cap. Someone will beat him out if he even makes camp. 3-3.5 m is far to much.

  255. Michael (CLT) says:

    I think it is time to take the Cliff Avril to WLB conversation serisously.

  256. Alex says:

    If I learned anything the last 3 years about this FO, it’s that I’m only going to judge these picks 2 years later. KJ Wright, Richard Sherman, Bobby Wagner, Bruce Irvin and to a degree Russell Wilson were all WTF picks at the time. It’s pretty much deja vu in this year’s draft.

    • Glor says:

      I don’t know about that, Bruce Irvin, RW, Bobby, I know were all thought well of on this site

      • Nolan Thomas says:

        Bruce Irvin was though well of as a middle to late rounder not a first though. Bobby Wagner wasn’t the popular pikc either not that he was hated but there was a big lavonte david and Mychle kyndricks following

  257. Jon says:

    McQ is the oldest guy on our line and does not hold the keys to any starting position.

    • dirk says:

      If Okung goes down, who do you want backing him up in a playoff game against the 49ers? I’ll spend a little extra for McQuistan this year as a guy that can play every position except center.

      • Glor says:

        and we all know, Okung going down is not a low likely hood proposition

      • Jon says:

        don’t know but I am still seeing 4 months before they have to completey fill that hole. McQ was on the GB practice squad until we picked him up. He must be just that good right?

  258. Nolan Thomas says:

    Darick Rodgers come on

  259. Michael (CLT) says:

    Oh. I like Powell. Nice.

  260. Glor says:

    TY Powell DE.. anyone know anything about him?

    • Aaron says:

      As a senior, Powell recorded 40 tackles (15 for loss) and 8.5 sacks. After the season, Powell participated in both the Texas vs. The Nation Game, and in the Senior Bowl. Powell was also named second-team All-America by D2football.com

    • Robert says:

      He is fast and super athletic. Could he be a WILL convert???

  261. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Guess they didn’t like DiManche as much

  262. Burner says:

    DE Ty Powell from Harding is the next pick.

  263. LENNY253 says:

    6’2” 250 4.6 40, OLB from Harding(?)

  264. Jon says:

    Wow, fighting for a spot at LEO, will be tough.

    • Chris F says:

      WILL LB

      • Michael (CLT) says:

        Yup. WILL. JS tells me to sit down and be quiet.

      • Jon says:

        yes, 3-4 defense with our personell, hope so cause I don’t want to loose any of them

      • Trudy Beekman says:

        6’2 250 looks like a LEO maybe a SAM.

        Having played defensive end, linebacker and safety for Harding, scouts knew Powell was versatile and he certainly appeared to be quite athletic. He demonstrated just how athletic at the combine, when he ranked among the most explosive in his position group in the vertical jump (37″) and three-cone drill (6.98-seconds). The athleticism shows up on tape, as Harding has an explosive burst off the snap, as well as impressive change of direction. These traits helped him rack up 12 tackles for loss, including 8.5 sacks and block a school-record four kicks in 2012. Powell could hear his name called as early as the late third round.

        • Chris F says:

          Claire Farnsworth says that Malcolm Smith is expected to start opposite of K.J. Wright and that Powell will provide depth at OLB.

        • Robert says:

          Wondered where you were. I enjoy your well researched contributions.

        • Chris F says:

          Apologies Trudy, You were right. Carroll confirmed during his press conference that Powell will play LEO.

  265. LENNY253 says:

    Still wouldnt mind Matt scott to come to camp to compete

  266. Michael (CLT) says:

    So, I am still hopefull we see one of the three QBs left:

    Matt Scott
    Jordan Rodger
    Sean Renfree

  267. Michael (CLT) says:

    I don’t like brady quinn… can you tell

  268. Barry says:

    Kip, Ty Powell… Athlete

  269. Jon says:

    Special teams?

    We could be a 3-4 next year with our personel.

  270. Jon says:

    we just drafted 8.5 sacks in the seventh round!!!

  271. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Powell had a 1.58s 10yd split in the 40. He also put up 28 reps on bp and had a 37″ vertical. At 250lbs.

    Powerful athlete.

  272. Michael (CLT) says:

    SF continues to try and punk Seattle. Arghhh!

  273. Glor says:

    At this point, if you are a player, you are probably hoping you won’t be drafted. Then you get to pick your team and only get committed for 3 years.

    • Barry says:

      Interesting perspective. But I’d bet every player still left would still want to be drafted.

      • Glor says:

        true, but if they really sat down and thought about it.. you will make more money as a quality UDFA than as a 7th 🙂

  274. Santiago says:

    Plz GET A QB!

  275. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Nice pick up by CIN. I like Fragel

  276. Glor says:

    Seattle is up.. this is it boys!

  277. Jon says:

    my pick marquardt and scott

  278. Jon says:

    you think they take the entire 5min

  279. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Jared Smith is a good pick

  280. Burner says:

    Michael Bowie, OT, NE Oklahoma. 6-4, 332. Is the last pick

  281. Glor says:

    now the free agent frenzy starts

  282. Aaron says:

    Looks like he may be another Tom Cable switch project. Announced at Guard.

  283. connor says:

    now I’m excited to see what UDFA’s we bring in.

  284. Misfit74 says:

    G, T, and two DLs in round 7. Love how we build the trenches and draft volume.

  285. Misfit74 says:

    Da’Rick Rogers is still undrafted. SIGN NOW.

  286. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    Thanks Rob, fellow bloggers. That was fun.

  287. Nolan Thomas says:

    Darick Rodgers is looking like UDFA target number 1

  288. WazzuMadBro says:

    All in all it seems like a solid draft. The only pick which really made me jump for joy because of upside and value was Jesse Williams though. Probably would have tuned out after the Simon pick cause the last 4 picks were extremely “meh”. Still its the front end which really matters so no big deal. Hopefully PC will bring in some interesting UDFA’s.

  289. Scott Allen says:

    Im sad about BJ to San Fran

    • LantermanC says:

      Same. As someone else said, it’ll be VERY EASY to track the prospects I was hoping we would draft since they’re all in our division…

  290. Nolan Thomas says:

    All the talk about the Matt Scott seattle work out and looks like he is going to UDFAHopefully he comes here, Mark harrison and Darick Rodgers would be my other coveted UDFAs

    • Glor says:

      did all of those guys come in for visits?

      • Chris F says:

        Scott did. He supposedly had a good workout. Tony Pauline recently reported that the Seahawks had shown some interest in Harrison.

  291. Glor says:

    Maybe they will bring Scott in for a camp arm..

  292. drewdawg11 says:

    Bowie was the starting left tackle at Oklahoma st. Before he was dismissed. Was pretty damn good for them. I think he was the successor to okung. Didn’t give up a sack that year.

  293. Glor says:

    Sounds like Cable wants another DE convert to OL.. Jared Smith

  294. Madmark says:

    I want to speculate a little here what do you think of Robert Turbin being turned into a fullback?

    • Glor says:

      some other folks voiced the same opinion earlier. However some other commented that all of the hawks full back selections have been ex QB’s People who are able to feed the RB about the defensive scheme.

      • Madmark says:

        How does FA jeron Johnson sound 6’5″ 251LBS. TAMU QB that’s played in the UFL for 2 years.

    • dirk says:

      I don’t think that Turbin has the “Junk in the Trunk” necessary for FB. Ware is built for it with and extra few pounds.

    • Madmark says:

      we just brought in Jeron Johnson 6’5″ 251lbs. QB who’s played the last 2 years in the UFL. That be a big fullback hehe.

  295. Troy says:


    *Stephan Charles, DT

    *Luke Marquardt, OT

    *Kwame Geathers, DT, Georgia

    *Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech

    *Matt Scott, QB, Arizona

    *Jayson DiManche, OLB

    *Lawrence Okoye, DT

    *Caleb Schreibeis, OLB/DE

    *Rodney Smith, WR/CB

    *Marcus Davis, WR

    * Mark Harrison, WR

  296. Don says:

    I swear the 49r’s must have been reading the Seahawks Draft Blog for their draft information. They did very well, and most of the players they chose I was hoping to see the Hawks take, like McDonald, Patton, BJ Daniels, Tank Carridine.

    Looking back, I am luke warm on the Hawks draft. Nobody really stands out and gets me excited to see them play next Fall. When you compare the Hawks needs before the draft and see what they did to fill them, I am underwelmed. It is disappointing to compare who they could have had, with who they actually drafted.

    2nd RD Picked Michael RB, available to meet immediate need: Arthur Brown, LB, Khaseem green, LB

    3rd Rd Picked Hill DT. Available Brandon Williams DT

    4th Picked Chris Harper WR, Available and better Player: Quintin Patton (49r)

    Time will tell, but I am discouraged

    • SunPathPaul says:

      4th Picked Chris Harper WR, Available and better Player: Quintin Patton (49r)

      We have never met these guys, they have…
      They will know what will fit for them…

      They had a great draft… Time WILL tell…

    • jdtjohnson says:

      Don I like that you seem to know so much more than the Seahawks front office, and that your scouting abilities allow you to dictate who is a better player. Congratulations on having that ability. I’m afraid, it’s something I lack. Guess that’s why I haven’t been offered my job in the front office yet. I’m sure your call is coming any day now though! Hold your breath

  297. Madmark says:

    I got the 1st pick right and after that it all went to hell. Ryan Swope going to Arizona hurt but as I look at it I think Percey Harvins is more experience and better. Quinton Patton to SF hurts but I not so down on Chris Harper who was said to have one of the best workouts at the senior bowl. The said he was a polished receiver who unlike Golden won’t need 2 years to figure out how to run routes. I also think the guys that are backups have way more experience than a lot of these rookies coming outta college. Every time we release someone they get taken by other teams without depth. S.F. grab Lockrette as soon as they release him. This Team isn’t afraid to move someone to a different position and coach them up to were their abilities are an asset. I thought Turbin was a poor man Lynch but as a Robinson fullback, he could just be down right nasty.
    I guess what I’m saying with JS/PC nothing is outside the box for them. GO SEAHAWKS!

  298. Jon says:

    For those saying that the hawks did not fill holes.

    3T/5T (do Williams and Hill not address that need and then some?)
    RB3 Michael bumps RB2 to RB3
    WR 5/6 (I know Baldwin is cool, but Harper beets him for #4 IMO) they have also brought in some UDFAs
    OL depth 3 picks and at least 1UDFA
    TE3/Joker Willson is a very athletic TE
    CB depth/future starting potential in Simon
    LEO/OLB Powell (the Hawks are now a 3-4 D masqueading as a 4-3, talk about hybrid)
    FB pricetag replacement project (does Ware convert?)

    I dont really see a need that was not addressed.
    You could argue QB2, but we have a lot for competition.
    You can also argue S depth, but with Guy, Johnson and Maragos to choose from I am not buying that

    What exactly are the hawks missing?

    • SunPathPaul says:

      I agree Jon. They had a very clean and good draft. They met these players, and they know them way more than we… I trust their choices. And we got Percy Harvin, a possible replacement salary cap wise WR and TE and FB.


    • dab says:

      I have to agree with you, Jon. Seems like there’s some disappointment, but I like the draft. We have a very solid group of starters so it PC/JS took a few risks on some high upside guys to be successors a couple years down the road. Who knows if everything pans out, but I like most of the picks.

      And to those who think Turbin will be switched to fullback: I would argue the Ware pickup would make more sense as a FB convert. Turbin has the speed and shakes to be a feature back as well as Michael; Ware does not.

    • jdtjohnson says:

      Thanks for being the voice of reason Jon

    • Jon says:

      Ware will compete for FB Carrol says it will be hard to keep both he and Robinson on the roster.
      I read into this, that if Ware turns out to be anything like what they hoped, it would be hard to keep Robinson on the roster. I think 2.5 million Dollars hurts him.

  299. James says:

    In the presser, Pete just confirmed that Ware is coming in to play fullback. Powell will play Leo, not OLB. Said that Harper is a special talent, who will be a split end. Bowie is a very promising ROT, recruited to OSU to replace Okung at LOT, who actually knows him and had a hand in his signing with the Cowboys….left the team but has gotten straightened out, and has tremendous potential. Pete indicated that there are a couple of UDFA OLBs coming in who he is very high on.

  300. Kenny Sloth says:

    Please please please sign Ryan Aplin :,)

  301. Aaron says:

    Anyone know anything about the Jesse Williams knee injury/issues? I love the pick, but scared it may be too good to be true.

    • James says:

      Relatively minor athroscopic surgery, nothing major like ACL. He had two or three relatively minor injuries that waylaid him for short periods. That is probably why he fell to R5, but by no means did the staff at Alabama consider him injury prone. I expect he will be fine, especially playing in rotation. He played every down on D at Bama and even goal line FB.

    • DJ says:

      In the presser Pete just said they knew about that type of injury and had no concerns about it. So, who really knows…

      • Aaron says:

        Well, I’m gonna go ahead and let myself get really excited about this draft because he and Michael were two of my favorite players in this draft.

        Championship offseason!

  302. CHawk Talker Eric says:

    SEA signs UDFA WR Matt Austin, Utah St .

  303. Troy says:

    2013 NFL Draft UDFA Signings

    Kansas City Chiefs:
    Tyler Bray, QB, Tennessee
    Dayne Crist, QB, Kansas
    Darin Drakeford, OLB, Maryland
    Demetrius Harris, TE, Wisconsin-Milwaukee
    C.J. Jones, S, Texas A&M
    T.J. Knowles, WR, Sacramento State
    Kaderius Lacey, RB, Alabama A&M
    Rob Lohr, DL, Vanderbilt
    Brad Madison, DE, Missouri
    Josh Martin, DE/OLB, Columbia
    Bradley McDougald, S, Kansas
    Toben Opurum, OLB, Kansas
    Rico Richardson, WR, Jackson State
    Jordan Roberts, RB, Charleston
    Raheem Stanley, DT, New Haven
    Daryl Stonum, WR, Michigan

    Jacksonville Jaguars:
    T.J. Barnes, DT, Missouri
    R.J. Dill, OT, Rutgers
    Jeremiah Green, OLB, Nevada
    Paul Hazel, DE, Western Michigan
    Arby Jones, DT, Georgia
    Cole McKenzie, WR, Southern Oregon
    Jamal Miles, WR, Arizona State
    Jeff Nady, OT, Nevada
    Ryan Otten, TE, San Jose State
    Lonnie Pryor, FB, Florida State
    Kyler Reed, TE, Nebraska
    LaRoy Reynolds, LB, Virginia
    Jordan Rodgers, QB, Vanderbilt
    Matt Scott, QB, Arizona
    Carson Tinker, LS, Alabama
    Rodrick Tomlin, OT, Murray State
    Trey Wilson, CB, Vanderbilt

    Oakland Raiders:
    Logan Freeman, OT, Central Missouri
    Deveric Gallington, OL, Texas Tech
    Kentrell Harris, DE, Virginia Union
    Lamar Mady, G, Youngstown State
    Kyle Nagnuson, OT, Wyoming
    Dexter McColl, S, Tulsa
    Sam McGuffie, WR, Rice
    Kyle Padron, QB, Eastern Washington
    Conner Vernon, WR, Duke
    John Wetzel, OT, Boston College
    Deonte Williams, RB, Cal Poly
    Deunta Williams, DB, California
    Tim Wright, WR, Rutgers

    Philadelphia Eagles:
    Matt Evans, LB, New Hampshire
    Jake Knott, ILB, Iowa State
    Miguel Maysonet, RB, Stony Brook
    Kyle Quinn, C, Arizona
    Isaac Remington, DT, Oregon
    Russell Shepard, WR, LSU
    Damion Square, DE, Alabama
    Matt Tobin, OT, Iowa
    Matthew Tucker, RB, TCU
    Brad Wing, P, LSU

    Detroit Lions:
    Skyler Allen, C, Ohio
    Michael Brooks, DT, East Carolina
    Alex Carder, QB, Western Michigan
    Joseph Fauria, TE, UCLA
    Austin Holtz, OT, Ball State
    Steve Miller, RB, Appalachian State
    Jon Morgan, LB, Albany
    Martavius Neloms, S, Kentucky
    Cody Wilson, WR, Central Michigan

    Cleveland Browns:
    Aaron Adams, OT, Eastern Kentucky
    Ryan Aplin, QB, Arkansas State
    Perez Ashford, WR, Northern Illinois
    Braxston Cave, C, Notre Dame
    Jamaine Cook, RB, Youngstown State
    Chris Faulk, OT, LSU
    Caylin Hauptmann, G, Florida International
    Garrett Hoskins, FB, Eastern Michigan
    Dave Kruger, DT, Utah
    Ryan McWethy, S, Wisconsin-Platteville
    Mike Niam, LB, Wofford
    Cordell Roberson, WR, Stephen F. Austin
    Justin Staples, DE, Illinois
    Travis Tannahill, TE, Kansas State
    Ricky Tunstall, S, Delaware

    Arizona Cardinals:
    Dan Buckner, WR, Arizona
    Javon Harris, S, Oklahoma
    Tony Jefferson, S, Oklahoma
    Javone Lawson, WR, Lousiana-Lafayette
    Padric Scott, DT, Florida A&M
    Michael Zordich, FB, Penn State

    Buffalo Bills:
    Zach Chibane, G, Syracuse
    Jordan Dangerfield, S, Towson
    Kendall Gaskins, RB, Richmond
    Brandon Kaufman, WR, Eastern Washington
    Vernon Kearney, CB, Lane
    Keith Pough, ILB, Howard
    Nickell Robey, CB, USC
    Da’Rick Rogers, WR, Tennessee Tech
    Jumal Rolle, CB, Catawba
    Drew Smith, RB, Albany
    Aaron Tipoti, DL, California
    Jeff Tuel, QB, Washington State
    Ryan Turnley, C, Pittsburgh

    New York Jets:
    Troy Davis, DE, Central Florida
    Mike Edwards, CB, Hawaii
    Dalton Freeman, C, Clemson
    Trey Gilleo, OT, Northern Arizona
    Jake McDonough, DT, Iowa State
    Rontez Miles, S, California Pa.
    Chris Pantale, TE, Boston College
    Zac Rogers, WR, Tennessee
    Mike Shanahan, TE, Pittsburgh
    Ryan Spadola, WR, Lehigh
    K.J. Stroud, WR, Bethune-Cookman

    Tennessee Titans:
    George Baker, CB, South Florida
    Maikon Bonani, K, South Florida
    Stefan Charles, DL, Regina
    Jack Doyle, TE, Western Kentucky
    Stefphon Jefferson, RB, Nevada
    Oscar Johnson, OT, Louisiana Tech
    Matt Pierce, CB, Valdosta State
    Rashad Ross, WR, Arizona State
    Jonathan Willard, LB, Clemson
    Tom Wort, LB, Oklahoma

    San Diego Chargers:
    Jahleel Addae, S, Central Michigan
    Nick Becton, OT, Virginia Tech
    Frank Beltre, LB, Towson
    Ben Cotton, TE, Nebraska
    Marcus Cromartie, CB, Wisconsin
    Courtney Gardner, WR, Sierra
    Michael Hill, RB, Missouri Western
    Byron Jerideau, NT, South Carolina
    Josh Johnson, CB, Purdue
    Randy Richards, OL, Missouri State
    Luke Tasker, WR, Cornell
    Devan Walker, DE, SE Louisiana

    Miami Dolphins:
    Clay Beltin, QB, Findlay
    Chad Bumphis, WR, Mississippi State
    Chris Burnette, DT, Old Dominion
    Mike Clay, OLB, Oregon
    Jasper Collins, WR, Mount Union
    Chris Denton, WR, Mount Union
    A.J. Francis, DL, Maryland
    Alonzo Highsmith, OLB, Arkansas
    Keelan Johnson, S, Arizona State
    Jordan Kovacs, S, Michigan
    Cameron Marshall, RB, Arizona State
    Kyle Martens, P, Rice
    Rob McCabe, LB, Georgetown
    Brandon Ogletree, LB, BYU
    Emeka Onyenekwu, DE, Louisiana-Lafayette
    Terrell Sinkfield, WR, Northern Iowa
    Taylor Stockemer, WR, Arkansas State

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
    Montel Harris, RB, Temple
    Carl Johnson, G, Florida
    Evan Landi, TE, South Florida
    Akeem Shavers, RB, Purdue
    Branden Smith, CB, Georgia
    Nick Speller, OT, UMass
    Tank Wright, DE, Arkansas
    Tim Wright, WR, Rutgers

    Carolina Panthers:
    Colby Cameron, QB, Lousiana Tech
    Taylor Cook, TE, Rice
    Trey Diller, WR, Sam Houston State
    Wes Horton, DE, USC
    Damario Jeffery, ILB, South Carolina
    Robert Lester, S, Alabama
    Morgan Lineberry, K, Abilene Christian
    Melvin White, CB, Louisiana-Lafayette

    New Orleans Saints:
    Shawne Alston, RB, West Virginia
    Ryan Griffin, QB, Tulane
    Ryan Lacy, CB, Utah
    Eric Martin, DE, Nebraska
    Elliott Mealer, OL, Michigan
    Keavon Milton, TE, Louisiana-Monroe
    Kevin Reddick, LB, North Carolina
    Ray Shipman, LB, Central Florida
    Rod Sweeting, CB, Georgia Tech
    Chase Thomas, OLB, Stanford

    St. Louis Rams:
    Bret Baer, K, Louisiana-Lafayette
    Braden Brown, OT, Rams
    Benny Cunningham, RB, Middle Tennessee State
    Cody Davis, S, Texas Tech
    Mike Gilliard, ILB, Georgia
    Garret Goebel, DT, Ohio State
    Gerald Rivers, DE, Ole Miss
    Christian Robinson, LB, Georgia
    Kevin Saia, G, Louisiana Tech
    Robert Steeples, CB, Memphis
    Eric Stevens, FB, California
    Darren Woodard, CB, UTEP

    Pittsburgh Steelers:
    Brian Arnfelt, DE, Northwestern
    Alan Baxter, LB, Northern Illinois
    Reggie Dunn, WR, Utah
    Nik Embernate, G, San Diego State
    Mike Farrell, OT, Penn State
    Mike Golic Jr., C, Notre Dame
    Cordian Hagans, DE, Louisiana-Lafayette
    Chris Hubbard, G, UAB
    Omar Hunter, NT, Florida
    Luke Ingram, LS, Hawaii
    Joe Madsen, C, West Virginia
    Curtis McNeal, RB, USC
    Ivory Wade, C, Baylor
    Anthony Rashad White, DT, Michigan State
    J.D. Woods, WR, West Virginia

    Dallas Cowboys:
    Xavier Brewer, CB, Clemson
    Paul Freedman, TE, Virginia
    Jakar Hamilton, S, South Carolina State
    Dustin Harris, DB, Texas A&M
    Jeff Heath, S, Saginaw Valley
    Cam Lawrence, OLB, Mississippi State
    Kendial Lawrence, RB, Missouri
    Brandon McGee, LB, Arizona State
    Taylor Reed, LB, SMU
    Devin Smith, DB, Wisconsin
    Dalton Williams, QB, Akron

    New York Giants:
    Chase Clement, TE, LSU
    Charles Dieuseul, LB, Mount Union
    Charles James, DB, Charleston Southern
    Etienne Sabino, LB, Ohio State
    Alonzo Tweedy, S, Virginia Tech

    Chicago Bears:
    Michael Ford, RB, LSU
    Mark Harrison, WR, Rutgers
    Demontre Hurst, CB, Oklahoma
    Josh Lenz, WR, Iowa State
    P.J. Lonergan, C, LSU
    Zach Minter, DT, Montana State
    Brent Russell, DT, Georgia Southern
    Tress Way, P, Oklahoma

    Cincinnati Bengals:
    Larry Black, DT, Indiana
    Terrence Brown, CB, Stanford
    Jordan Campbell, LB, New Mexico-Highlands
    Travis Chappelear, DE, Northwest Missouri State
    Jayson Dimanche, OLB, Southern Illinois
    Tyrone Goard, WR, Eastern Kentucky
    Onterio McCalebb, RB, Auburn
    Roy Roundtree, WR, Michigan
    Quinn Sharp, K, Oklahoma State
    Troy Stoudermire, CB, Minnesota
    John Sullen, G, Auburn
    Bruce Taylor, LB, Virginia Tech

    Washington Redskins:
    Will Compton, LB, Nebraska
    Josh Jarboe, WR, Arkansas State
    R.J. Mattes, OT, N.C. State
    Xavier Nixon, OT, Florida
    Tevita Stevens, C, Utah
    Nick Williams, WR, Connecticut

    Minnesota Vikings:
    Brandan Bishop, S, N.C. State
    Nicholas Edwards, WR, Eastern Washington
    Erik Highsmith, WR, North Carolina
    Darius Eubanks, LB, Georgia Southern
    Marquis Jackson, DE, Portland State
    Zach Line, RB, SMU
    Robbie Rouse, RB, Fresno State
    Rodney Smith, WR, Florida State
    James Vandenberg, QB, Iowa
    Camden Wentz, C, N.C. State
    Jerodis Williams, RB, Furman
    Nathan Williams, OLB, Ohio State

    Indianapolis Colts:
    Emmett Cleary, OT, Boston College
    Nigel Malone, CB, Kansas State
    Brandon McManus, K, Temple
    Dan Moore, RB, Montana
    Denodus O’Bryant, RB, Lindenwood
    Jamal-Rashad Patterson, WR, Stanford
    Lanear Sampson. WR, Baylor
    Daxton Swanson, CB, San Jose State

    Seattle Seahawks:
    Alvin Bailey, G, Arkansas
    Kenneth Boatwright, DE, Southern Illinois
    Casey Brockman, QB, Murray State
    Ramon Buchanon, OLB, Miami
    Austin Coleman, WR, St. Francis
    Jajuan Harley, S, Middle Tennessee State
    John Lotulelei, LB, UNLV
    Ray Polk, S, Colorado
    Craig Wilkins, OLB, Old Dominion

    Green Bay Packers:
    Matt Brown, QB, Illinois State
    Nick Clancy, LB, Boston College
    Ben Erickson, S, Illinois State
    Patrick Lewis, C, Texas A&M
    Cedrick Moore, FS, Stony Brook
    Andy Mulumba, DE/OLB, Eastern Michigan
    Angelo Pease, RB, Kansas State
    Gilbert Pena, NT, Ole Miss
    Damond Smith, DB, South Alabama
    Jake Stoneburner, TE, Ohio State
    Lane Taylor, G, Oklahoma State

    Houston Texans:
    Johnny Adams, CB, Michigan State
    Zach Boren, FB, Ohio State
    Marlon Brown, WR, Harding
    Andy Cruse, WR, Miami of Ohio
    Ja’Gared Davis, LB, SMU
    Kenny Demens, LB, Michigan
    Evan Frierson, LB, Illinois State
    Ray Graham, RB, Pittsburgh
    Travis Howard, CB, Ohio State
    Dennis Johnson, RB, Arkansas
    Orhian Johnson, S, Ohio State
    Collin Klein, QB, Kansas State
    Alec Lemon, WR, Syracuse
    Uzoma Nwachukwu, WR, Texas A&M
    Earl Okine, DE, Florida
    Graham Pocic, OL, Illinois
    Jawanze Starling, S, USC
    Justin Tuggle, LB, Kansas State
    George Winn, RB, Cincinnati
    Cierre Wood, RB, Notre Dame

    Denver Broncos:
    C.J. Anderson, RB, California
    Kemonte Bateman, WR, New Mexico State
    Ryan Doerr, P, Kansas State
    Manase Foketi, OT, West Texas A&M
    Aaron Hester, DB, UCLA
    Ryan Katz, QB, San Diego State
    Uona Kaveinga, LB, BYU
    Gary Mason, DE, Baylor
    Lerentee McCray, OLB, Florida
    Quincy McDuffie, WR, Central Florida
    Ross Rasner, S, Arkansas
    Lucas Reed, TE, New Mexico
    Doug Rippy, LB, Colorado
    Lamaar Thomas, WR, New Mexico
    John Youboty, DE, Temple

    New England Patriots:
    Ray Allen, P, Lousiana Tech
    Ben Bartholomew, FB, Tennessee
    Kanorris Davis, S, Troy
    Elvis Fisher, OT, Missouri
    Brandon Ford, TE, Clemson Cory Grissom, DT, South Florida
    Quentin Hines, RB, Akron
    Brandon Jones, CB, Rutgers
    Josh Kline, OL, Kent State
    Chris McDonald, OL, Michigan State
    T.J. Moe, WR, Missouri
    Stephon Morris, CB, Penn State
    Matt Stankiewicz, C, Penn State
    Zach Sudfeld, TE, Nevada
    Kembrell Thompson, WR, Cincinnati

    Atlanta Falcons:
    Casey Barth, K, North Carolina
    Jopio Bartu, LB, Texas State
    Nick Clancy, LB, Boston College
    Rashad Evans, WR, Fresno State
    Darius Johnson, WR, SMU
    Terren Jones, OT, Alabama State
    Adam Replogle, DT, Indiana
    Donald Russel, RB, Georgia State
    Alex Savoie, OL, McNeese State
    Ryan Schraeder, OL, Valdosta State
    Paul Worrilow, LB, Delaware

    San Francisco 49ers:
    Sherman Carter, OL, Tennessee State
    MarQueis Gray, TE, Minnesota
    Luke Maquardt, OT, Azusa Pacific
    Kevin McDermott, LS, UCLA
    Darryl Morris, DB, Texas State
    Lawrence Okoye, DL, England
    Patrick Omameh, OL, Michigan

    Baltimore Ravens:
    Jeff Braun, OL, West Virginia
    Jose Cheeseborough, DB, Florida International
    Brandon Copeland, LB, Penn
    Jordan Devey, OL, Memphis
    Matt Furstenburg, TE, Maryland
    Ray Holley, RB, Louisiana Tech
    Murphy Holloway, TE, Ole Miss
    Rogers Gaines, OT, Tennessee State
    Will Pericak, DL, Colorado
    Gerrard Shepard, WR, Towson
    Nate Stanley, QB, SE Louisiana
    Trent Steelman, QB, Army
    Brynden Trawick, DB, Troy

  304. Troy says:

    Buff also signed K Dustin Hokins