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Things are starting to stabilize out on the big boards. After the top 15 or so there is a drop off and plateau all the way into the start of the 3rd round Womens Ed Dickson Jersey , then there is another drop and plateau..."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections VideosCoffee and CigarettesGame AnalysisThe Numbers GameCigar ThoughtsSeahawks go LEO in new mock draftNew,65commentsPDTShareTweetShareShareSeahawks go LEO in new mock draftBrian Spurlock-USA TODAY SportsThings are starting to stabilize out on the big boards. After the top 15 or so there is a drop off and plateau all the way into the start of the 3rd round, then there is another drop and plateau through the 5th. The 21st pick isn’t going to be that much better than the 60th, so trading back and getting a couple of picks in the 2nd and 3rd is the best plan.These are not intended as a prediction of what will happen, they are merely a vehicle to look at different players that the front office may be looking at. With that, I will probably change who I draft just about every time, just to take a little bit closer look at more players at different levels of the draft at different positions. I will also trade out of the 1st every time I publish one of these. There are plenty of other places where you can learn about the first round and even the top of the second, here we want to look at all the other guys. In the end, we may find some draft “crushes” and know more names throughout the draft.Disclaimers:Big Board OrderI use different big board just about every time. None of them are perfect and I realize that none of them match. Some guys will go higher and some guys will go lower. The point is that we take a look at lots of guys, so don’t get too hung up on where someone is drafted.Today’s was a CBS compilation board.TradesI use fanspeak to simulate the drafts. I paid for the premium edition, so it lets me do trades. I realize that many trades aren’t realistic, but based on my wish to look at more possible players, I don’t care either.ScoutingI am not a scout, nor do I pretend to be. I will give my thought process on drafting a guy, but will link and copy to other scouts and give you what they think of him, which is probably much higher quality than what you would get from me.Here is my draft for today:Trades:Seattle sends pick 1:21 to NE for picks 1.32, 3.33 and 4.32That is 800 draft points to 729 draft points.Seattle sends pick 1.32 to Buff for 2.8 and 4.10That is 590 draft points to 584 draft points.Picks:R2P8 EDGE/LEO CHASE WINOVICH, MICHIGANR3P20 G CONNOR MCGOVERN, PENN ST.R3P33 EDGE/SAM CHRISTIAN MILLER, ALABAMAR4P10 TE JOSH OLIVER, SAN JOSE ST.R4P22 S MARQUISE BLAIR, UTAHR4P32 RB MYLES GASKIN, WASHINGTONR5P21 DL TRYSTEN HILL, UCFPick-by-pick BreakdownSeahawks at pick 2.8 (from Buff) select: Chase Winovich, Edge/LEO, MichiganMeasurements: 6-3 256, 32.75” Arms, 10” HandsTesting: 4.59 40, 18 bench, 30.5” vert, 116” broad, 6.94” 3-cone, 4.11” SSA little bit of a tweener based on his size Womens Delano Hill Jersey , but should perfectly flow in as a LEO.NFL.comPhysical edge defender who plays the game like he has zombie blood pumping through his veins. Winovich is relentless, determined and takes no plays off, but his lack of physical traits and explosiveness as a rusher could limit his upside. Scheme fit could determine his role as 4-3 defensive end or 3-4 rush linebacker, but his football character and physicality improve his odds for success as an eventual starter.Seahawks pick at 3.20: Connor McGovern, G/C, Penn StMeasurements: 6-5 308, 34 1/8” arms, 9 7/8” handsTesting: 28 bench, 112” broad, 7.66” 3-cone, 4.57 SSThey now have 4 tackles, 3 guards and 2 centers that they are happy with. Adding a G/C would allow them flexibility and let hunt go or not dress him. More of a run blocker than a pass blocker, but a proven G and C.NFL.comReliable run blocker with NFL-ready size and strength but exploitable holes in his pass sets that need to be addressed as quickly as possible. His starting experience at both center and guard could bring additional interest in McGovern, who would be a bigger, stronger option at center for teams facing odd-front power in their division. He is a good fit in gap and inside-zone run schemes, but his tendency to over-set in pass protection could be challenging to correct. He’s an early starter as a Day 2 pick, but Year 1 could have ups and downs.Seahawks select at 3.33 (from NE): Christian Miller, EDGE/SAM, AlabamaMeasurements: 6-3 247, 35 1/8” arms, 9.75” handsTesting: 38.5” Vert, 118” BroadReady to develop as a SAM and rotational rusher/ST on day one.NFL.comLong, lean rush backer with above-average athletic traits that could serve him well as a pass rusher. Teams could be a little gun-shy with Miller considering the talent he played alongside and his solo season of production. What will be hard to ignore are his long arms, ability to attack the edge with speed and footwork to manufacture dangerous inside counters. He’s talented enough to earn his keep chasing quarterbacks, but he’ll have to gain strength and prove he can handle run duties in order to play every down.Seahawks select at 4.10 (from Buff): Josh Oliver, TE, San Jose StateMeasurements: 6-5 249, 33.5” arms, 10.75” handsTesting: 4.63 40, 22 bench, 34” vert, 117” broad, 7.21 3-cone David Moore Jersey Green , 4.47 SSA big target who is also a willing blocker.NFL.comAbove-average, mid-air athlete with plus ball skills who was forced to deal with coverages that were consistently shaded in his direction thanks to an excessive target count. Oliver’s route-running and ball-tracking talent allow him to work beyond the first level and can help NFL team’s looking to push the ball downfield. Oliver will flash as an in-line blocker at times but might need to enter the league as a TE2/3 who works from the slot until he becomes more skilled and consistent at the point of attack.Seahawks select at 4.22: Marquise Blair, S, UtahMeasurements: 6-1 195, 30.75” arms, 8.25” handsTesting: 4.48 40, 35” vert, 125” broadHe has the potential to be a starter at either FS, but will need to further develop the mental side of it. I trust Pete to mold a DB.NFL.comAthletic, full-throttle prospect with the mindset of a linebacker in a free safety body. Blair plays the game with an aggressive field demeanor that fuels his passion to race into the action, ready to strike on sight. However, his lack of discipline hurt his team with targeting penalties and by over-running responsibilities against the run and pass. Because of his slender frame, some teams are concerned that durability could become an issue considering how he throws his body around. With that said, he’s long and rangy in coverage, and embodies the mindset that defensive coordinators want from their units.Seahawks select at 4.32 (from NE): Myles Gaskin, RB, WashingtonMeasurements: 5-9 205, 29.5” arms, 8.75” handsTesting: 4.58 40, 24 bench, 35.5” vert, 118” broad, 7.19 3-cone, 4.23 SS, 11.77 LSI disagree with the scouting report and I have seen every one of his college snaps. He is a perfect 3rd down back. He is a capable pass blocker and catches like a WR. He is super patient working through the scrum and then hits full speed once it opens up. His durability comes from never getting hit square, he is able to squirt around and make guys miss constantly. This is an immediate upgrade from JD McKissic.NFL.comDurable, productive runner who could find the transition from college to pro more challenging due to his lack of size. Gaskin’s quick feet and loose hips offer early elusiveness and success on wide flowing plays, but his overall play is less explosive/elusive than his athletic traits might suggest. He will need to run with better decisiveness and downhill burst to become an effective member of a running back committee, but his ability to play on third downs should help his chances for some early touches.Seahawks select at 5.21: Trysten Hill, DT, UCFMeasurements: 6-3, 308, 33 3/8” arms http://www.seahawkslockerroom.com/authentic-12th-fan-jersey , 10.25” handsTesting: 5.04 40, 28 bench, 35” vert, 115” broad, 7.7 3-cone, 4.38 SSPC/JS like a mental project that could turn into an impact player. If he can get his head straight he is a disrupter in the middle.NFL.comHe’s the most talented and impactful defensive lineman on the team, but concerns over his football character and maturity have hindered his standing on the team at times. Despite starting just once this season, Hill was a gap bandit who disrupted running games and spent time harassing quarterbacks with consistent effort and hustle. He needs to get stronger and play with better control, but his get-off and athletic hands/feet should make him a rotational one-gapper if the maturity and coachability check out.Kicker Consideration: Battle for Seahawks punting duties gets underway Football is back and that means so is Kicker Consideration, your one stop shop for stats, analysis, and news for the Seahawks special teamers, and starting year 2 of the series we have ourselves a battle at punter. Here at Fieldgulls we had speculated the team would move to find a replacement for Jon Ryan as his cap hit rapidly increases this season from $1 million to $2.6 million, but moving up in the fifth round and drafting a punter came as a surprise to many. John Schneider had, before the 2018 draft, never selected a kicker or punter with a draft pick, but for the majority of his tenure with Steven Hauschka and Ryan he never needed to. It was probably never the case, even given the need at both positions, that Seattle was going to use a draft pick on both. So why punter? In 2016, fivethirtyeight published an article on the value and accuracy of kickers league wide. At the end of the article a startling point sticks out, by added value four of the five most valuable kickers are punters. Perhaps this lends some insight into the mind of the general manager. Then again, it could just be the availability of a punter nominated three times in a row as the best punter in NCAA football among other awards and accolades. Four of the top five kickers by value added are puntersBenjamin MorrisMichael Dickson’s selection heralded a new era in drafting strategy and punter hype in the Seattle fan base, well as much hype as a punter can reasonably be expected to generate. Once he arrived at camp, the highly awarded college prospect immediately began to impress with his strong leg and incredible placement.So how did the anticipated rookie hold up to Ryan? For the most part the distance, hang time numbers are virtually the same. One thing that stuck out to me is the context behind both kickers’ sub 40 yard punts. When Dickson punted for 34 yards, it was to pin the Colts back behind their own 20 yard line. This is exactly what he accomplished, though he could still do a bit better than landing it at the 14. However, Ryan’s 37 yard punt attempt landed at the 36 yard line which is simply not deep enough given the short range of the attempt. All in all Dickson’s punts landed Indianapolis 14 yards farther away on average per punt from the end zone than those of Ryan.For the remainder of the preseason Kicker Consideration is going to focus on the battle between these two punters. Given there was only one field goal attempt we will have to save comparing Sebastian Janikowski and Jason Myers for another day, but it should be noted that Myers’ first kickoff attempt was a bit of a duck. The samples are so small for the moment, and we can’t extrapolate too much from anything we saw last night against Indianapolis. But at this point given the large difference in cap space, $2.6 million for one year of Ryan or $2.75 million for four years of Dickson, it seems as though the job is the rookie’s to lose.
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