2010 Draft Picks: Seattle Seahawks Get Their Playmaker in Golden Tate

Bubba GillContributor IApril 24, 2010

With the #60 overall pick Seattle selects 5'11, 199 pound WR Golden Tate.

Winner of the Biletnikoff Award, given to the nation's most outstanding receiver.

Many have said that Golden Tate was the offense for Notre Dame. He plays hard, has good eye and hand coordination, and the best part is yards after catch.

He ran a 4.42 40 yard dash at the combine, last season he had 93 receptions, 1496 yards receiving and 15 touchdowns.

So Seattle we now have a playmaker on offense, a future probowl left tackle, and arguably the best safety in this years draft.

Seattle will be able use him in so many ways. He will be a human highlight reel for the Seattle Seahawks.

Tate is basically a running back when he catches the ball. Yards after the catch is his specialty. He actually reminds me Hines Ward, who is 1 inch taller and 6 pounds heavier.

Pete Carroll and John Schneider are moving this team in the right direction.

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