Seahawks Will Find There Future Running Back In 2010 Draft.

Kyle MooreContributor IJune 19, 2009

CHESTNUT HILL, MA - SEPTEMBER 6:  Running back Jonathan Dwyer #21 of the Georgia Tech Yellow Jackets runs with the ball during their game against the Boston College Eagles on September 6, 2008 at Alumni Stadium in Chestnut Hill, Massachusetts. The Yellow Jackets defeated the Eagles 19-16. (Photo by Elsa Garrison/Getty Images)

In the 2010 draft the Seahawks need to draft a future running back,right now the Seahawks running backs are Justin Forsett,T.J. Duckett and Julius Jones. I think none of these running backs have the potential to be the Seahawks  future running back.

T.J. Duckett is mostly going to be used onn 3rd down and short or at the goal line. Julius Jones is an okay running back the problem with Julius Jones is that he can not  take big hits, if he gets hit hard Juluis Jones will fumble or get injured. Justin Forset is a good running back but the Seahawks wanted be on special teams to return kicks, but didn't give him enough time to play at running back, they gave him like one game to start and that was Juluis Jones and Maurice Morris was injured, and in the preseason. The Seahawks should'uv started Justin Forsett over Juluis Jones and Maurice Morris. So if we don't draft our future running back then it's should be Justin Forset as the starter.

The 2010 class of running back should have a lot of potential, With running back like Jonathan Dwyer, C.J. Spiller, Javid Best,Miquale Lewis, Kendall Hunter, and more. It should be good with the Seahawks there 2010 draft should be an A+ this year. They have 2 first round draft picks so that gives them a chance to draft there future Running back and future Quarterback. The future Quarterback should go first because that's probably going to be the Broncos pick since there having all these problems like Brandon Marshall might get traded, and they already traded Jay Cutler. The Broncos pick are probably going to be in the top 5 pick, and that gives the Seahawks chance to get Sam Bradford, or Colt McCoy.

With our next pick were probaably going to have a 20 overall pick or lower. There pick should be high enough to get Jonathan Dwyer or Javid Best. I think we should take Joanthan Dwyer from Georgia Tech, In his Sophmore year he lead the ACC in rushing yards and 2nd in rushing touchdowns, and won Most avauable ACC player of the year.

If the Seahawks draft go like this then they should will go  far with there future Quarterback and future running back and with the there second round picks they can draft a safety to replace Brian Russel unless Courtney Greene is a sleeper and become and outstanding player, then we can draft somebody to replace Walter Jones. Well that's all i'm out.