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Last but not least, I think the Seahawks should get a quarterback, regardless of whether they keep or trade Matt Flynn.
Does this quarterback need to basically be a clone of Russell Wilson who is capable of running the spread option?
It would be nice, but by this point in the draft, I'm not sure it's a deal breaker.
Like I said earlier, at this stage, I think you look for athletes.
K-State's Collin Klein might not be considered much of a prospect at quarterback, but he can certainly run the football as NFL.com explains.
Klein was a great college player, but is unlikely to have that same kind of success in the professional ranks. He will have to make serious changes to how he plays the quarterback position, or he will need to convert to running back or fullback. However, Klein is still a massive threat running the football, as he runs with great power and can break tackles. A creative offensive staff could potentially find a place for him.
This year I think it's safe to say that 'Hawks offensive coordinator Darrell Bevell is going to get creative, but what do you do with Klein?
Right now, Michael Robinson is the starter at fullback and for this season, should remain the starter, yet at some point, the team will need to find a replacement. Of anyone who could teach Klein the ropes, who could possibly be better than Robinson, who was once a quarterback at Penn State before becoming a Pro-Bowl fullback?
While I think it's fine to bring Klein into camp as a quarterback, if it becomes clear during training camp that he can't cut it as a signal caller, then it might be a perfect time to have him begin working with Robinson.
Will that or any of these other picks happen?
Of course not, the perfect draft is the one that GM John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll will likely construct in a month's time after having addressed so many critical needs through free agency already.
What's great is that going in with 10 picks, the 'Hawks should have more than enough chances to find the right mix of players they want, even if that means taking some risks on players with issues or perhaps those they have never heard of before.
For if this is really going to be the Seattle Seahawks' year, then the performance by the front office during the draft will need to be nothing short of perfection.