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There are several mediocre, yet competant choices left after the big two get taken early. Although there is not much depth, this class could produce some studs that work well in Carroll's offense.
One choice is Nick Foles, who reminds me a little of Blaine Gabbert. He can make some great throws, but there are questions about his ability to run a pro-style offense. He could be a selection if the Seahawks are desperate, but its unlikely.
Another first-round option is Ryan Tannehill whose stock has risen drastically after some stars, like Barkley, dropped out. Many have said he has the kind of play style and athleticism to be a possible fit for Seattle. Some project him as a first-rounder.
A stretch suggestion is the Kellen Moore. Moore holds the all-time record for wins by a starting quarterback in NCAA Division I FBS, finishing his career with a 50–3 record. Pete Carroll wants a winner, and no one else available knows how to do it better.
One more selection that seems to be popular among Seahawk fans is Michigan State alum Kirk Cousins.