Seattle Seahawks Mock Draft 3.0 (after Trade)

Drew PlommerContributor IApril 7, 2010

ATLANTA - DECEMBER 31:  Safety Eric Berry #14 of the Tennessee Volunteers gets ready for action during the Chick-Fil-A Bowl against the Virginia Tech Hokies at the Georgia Dome on December 31, 2009 in Atlanta, Georgia.  The Hokies beat the Volunteers 37-14.  (Photo by Mike Zarrilli/Getty Images)
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Since McNabb has been traded to washington now, there is no possibility that the Redskins take Claussen. 

This means the top four picks will be with some what of a "guarantee" baring no trade up into the first 4 picks. Bradford, Suh, McCoy, and Okung probably in that order but who knows maybe rams dont take Bradford or Lions take Okung.

The confusing part will be what does Kansas City do at five. They could take either a LT or Eric Berry. Depends on who they like the most and if they are drafting on need/value etc. I'm hoping they take a LT so that we will have two options

1st option: Take the best player in possibly the draft in Eric Berry. Super athletic and would give a big time play maker that we need on our defense. Please don't comment and say safety isn't a big need because last year we were ranked 30th in pass yards allowed per game and we lost Deon Grant and last year Jordan Babs was a corner playing safety... so yes that is a HUGE need.

2nd option: Take the best LT available, which ever one Kansas City doesn't take,Bulaga or Williams. I would rather have Williams, I think he is more athletic and fits our zone blocking scheme. I would love to have either of them. Supposedly people are saying Bulaga is more of a RT not LT.

3rd option: Trading down 5 or 10 spots. I like Anthony Davis. I like that he is slipping. Fine by me. Maybe we could trade down to like 10ish area and take Anthony Davis and gain a future pick or get a pick in the 2nd round 3rd round I don't know, another future asset. I don't mind moving down if we can acquire more players, we desperately need more flat out talent. 

14th pick if no trades have happened and we have Eric Berry we take the best LT or trade back into the top 10 to get one of the top 4 LT. Or if we take LT at 6th we should take Earl Thomas at 14th or take the best player maybe Spillers Morgan peirre-paul. What ever the Seahawks think is the best player.


I would love to see Jonathon Dwyer at 60th but idno if he will be there. I want to trade Julius Jones some how and gain a pick or move up idno. I like the GA tech WR Demaryius Thomas huge up side but at 60th no way he'll be there. I so glad we don't have our old GM drafting, I'm assuming Carrol knows something about college players and at least who is talented and good... I really want to trade Julius Jones to move up or anything really. 

Let me know what you think now that the McNabb trade went down we wont be getting Okung anymore.