The Seahawks need a quarterback, but it doesn’t make a lot of sense to spend a lot of money on a quarterback who is likely to spend games getting pressured and sacked. Until the offensive line is put together, replacing the still capable, but aging Matt Hasselbeck should be low priority.
So, if they decide to go the quarterback route this draft it should be a late round pick and undoubtedly the Clausens and Canfields will be unavailable by then.
Dan LeFevour of Central Michigan could become a franchise quarterback on a passing team like the Seahawks. His total yardage exceeds SEC-star Tim Tebow’s by 3,000 and he has almost 20 more touchdown passes than Colt McCoy.
He has broken multiple NCAA records including most career touchdowns and is the only FBS Div. I player to amass over 3,000 passing yards and 1,000 rushing yards in a single season since Vince Young.
Though he is from a low profile school in a low profile conference he was invited to this year’s Senior Bowl where he received Most Outstanding Player for the North Team.
LeFevour could prove to be a sleeper pick and if the Seahawks decide to go the quarterback route he could be an ideal choice even as an early round pick.