Seattle Seahawks Mock Draft

Drew Plommer@Drew_PlommerContributor IMarch 1, 2010

LOS ANGELES - SEPTEMBER 1:  Idaho guard Mike Iupati #77 leads block against USC at the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on September 1, 2007 in Los Angeles, California. The Vandals were defeated by the top-ranked Trojans won 38-10. (Photo by Kevin Terrell/Getty Images)
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Just wanted to post up a mock draft for the Seahawks and get everybody else's opinions.

Seattle Seahawks 6th pick: I saw we go for talent more then need here, you'll see why later.

Eric Berry- Great college career will make a immediate impact as our free safety that we haven't had since ever. Deon Grant can stay at SS and Babes can move back to nickel/dime corner. We could play more one deep safety and let Berry roam and make plays. The only thing about this is that Berry very well could already be gone at pick 6. He's been in the same breath as a Ed Reed player. Most great defensives or even super bowl contenders have a big time safety. aka Sharper.

Second option: take the best corner in the draft and pair him up with Trufant or Wilson. Joe Haden. top rated corner another impact player we have a terrible pass defensive. We have a lot invested into our DL already another reason why not to go DE and i don't see any good DE's at this pick.  


Seattle Seahawks 14th pick: At this pick we are going to get very good value. We will be getting a top 5 OL. either Trent Williams, Bryan Bulaga, Bruce campbell. One of the top 5 guys will drop to 14th. I want to get Bryan Bulaga. Big strong run blocking LT good for the zone blocking scheme. He needs to work on his pass protection but he didn't let Derrick Morgan get to the QB once. Iowa produces a lot of great OL and we need to draft a LT that will be good for years to come.


Seattle Seahawks 38th pick: At 38th I would want a top 5 running back and there will be one there for us to grab. I like Jonathon Dwyer because he would be a good combo with Forrest but he has some weight issues and played in a option offensive. Another option would be Ryan Mathews who looked very good at the combine in all of the drills. But if Mike Iupati the guard from Idaho is there we have to consider him as well. He is known for being nasty and is big and could fit right in between Unger and Bulaga. We would have a good o-line for a long time. 

I feel the Seahawks should take the best player available at 6th and I think it is Berry if he is there and if not Haden. Then at 14th there will be a top 5 OL there to pick up to solidify our LT problems. And at 38th there will be a top 5 running back available to grab and play with forrest. Also Mike Iupati needs some consideration if he is to fall. I have heard we are likely to be the front runner to Marshall because we have him offensive coor. coach and we have the money. I would love to have TJ and Marshall for matt to throw to. As you can see I didn't put a QB for us to pick because i think we would be stretching anywhere we picked one. Also Pete Carroll has already said Matt our guy. I know he has seen Clausen since he was a kid and all but Pete seems to want to stick with a veteran before he tries to change our whole team.

6th-Eric Berry FS

14th-Bryan Bulaga LT

38th- Jonathon Dwyer, Ryan Mathews, Mike Iupati