Seahawks Draft Plans: QB interest could be ploy for Jalen Carter, Will Anderson
What's the TRUTH about Carter, character concerns, weight issues, and the Seahawks draft plans? 3/25/2023 A Seaside Bonus special edition
I want to talk about somebody who I think is on the lowest tier of humanity. A worthless, soulless, unsuccessful piece of trash who would rate as a 0/100, 0%, ‘F’ if a draft grade was given at his birth. Someone who doesn’t deserve to continue being allowed in civil society, banished to a prison where human rights no longer exist.
The piece of shit I’m talking about is the guy is who made this thumbnail, title, and YouTube video:
Who on the same day that news broke that Jalen Carter was issued an arrest warrant in Georgia in relation to a car crash that killed two people and seriously injured another, immediately created a YouTube video—without any information on Carter’s involvement—attempting to exploit the incident for views by saying this:
“He could literally go from being selected number one overall in the 2023 NFL Draft to rotting in prison and never playing football again. As a Raiders fan, it reminds me of the Henry Ruggs situation and it really makes you wonder why people risk it all for a drunken stunt. Allegedly, Jalen Carter was drunk and racing his car with a teammate and friends on January 15th after Georgia celebrated winning the national championship. Unsurprisingly, when alcohol and racing were involved, there was a drunken car crash.”
Let’s just be clear, no matter how you feel about the character risks of drafting Carter, police have never alleged that he was drunk driving. That’s only an allegation being made by people like this irresponsible, desperate YouTube loser.
Chandler LeCroy, the woman pictured in the thumbnail next to Carter, allegedly had a blood alcohol level of .197 and was alleged by police to be driving her vehicle 104 MPH prior to the crash that killed her and Georgia football player Devin Willock, who wasn’t wearing a seatbelt. I say that last part not to assign blame, but only to bring up seatbelts.
Still, it was LeCroy who was clearly drunk driving that night, not Carter. Police said Carter did not appear to be under the influence of anything when they spoke with him at the accident site.
It would be natural to infer from the thumbnail and the video that Jalen Carter directly caused the death of LeCroy despite the fact that they were in different cars and with no evidence that Carter had been under the influence of anything even though police were in close contact with him immediately following the crash. Understandably, many fans will then point to the word “racing” as the most-likely source of responsibility in relation to Carter and I’m not going to pretend to know the exact events of that night; but I do think that once I saw a video from moments before the crash, it redefined that term for me in this case in a way that is meaningful.
The reason that I am making these points is not to sway your opinions about one of the top prospects in the draft, one who could be selected by the Seattle Seahawks, or to convince you that Carter has a clean history and should be fully exonorated of “character concerns”. It makes no difference to me if you do or don’t want the Seahawks to consider drafting Carter, if he’s available when Seattle is on the board.
I don’t try to manage or manipulate the beliefs of my readers and it doesn’t matter what you, I, or any of us want or don’t want the Seahawks to do in the draft.
What I am setting out to do with this article is to make sure you’re aware of the real facts about Carter because it’s not me but others who are attempting to manipulate you and make sure that you only know half-truths about his character, his conditioning concerns, his football abilities, and the actual record of evidence weighing against him relative to all of his peers and many other 21-year-olds. If Jalen Carter’s name is going to be mentioned hundreds of times over the next month, I’d like to clarify some points about his past because someone needs to combat fake news from people like the dipshit YouTuber and half-truth misinformation from others in the Seahawks and draft blogging universe.
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Does the full record on Jalen Carter—who recently pleaded no contest to reckless driving and racing, agreeing to 12 months probation, a fine, and community service but avoided…”ROTTING IN PRISON”—go well above and beyond acceptable behavior for him and people like him attempting to get drafted next month? Because if it does, then why are people still talking about him like a top-10 pick? If it doesn’t, then why wouldn’t the Seahawks consider drafting a player who prior to March 1 was often described as “the best player in this class”?
A player who had a long line of people behind him ready to vouch for his character following Todd McShay’s comments in December that this would happen. Many continued to vouch after he left the combine on March 1 in order to speak to police.
I mean it: I don’t need you to like Jalen Carter. I don’t even know if I like Jalen Carter! But as possible as it is that the Seahawks really do have their hearts set on a quarterback, there is a plausible theory that Pete Carroll would be happy to see a team trade up with the Cardinals for a quarterback so that Will Anderson and/or Carter are available to Seattle at pick #5.
I buy that the Seahawks could love one or two quarterbacks in this class. I also buy that the Seahawks would attempt to manipulate the draft order to be able to get one of two defensive players who seemed unattainable (even at #5) just a month ago.
At this moment, I see myself having to address Carter as one of the most probable options for the Seahawks with their first pick. Because of that, we need to clarify what’s weighing against him and to fight some of the fake news so that we can avoid some replies that are merely a dangerous game of telephone. And if it’s me that has something wrong, please FIGHT ME back on that so that we can get to the TRUTH instead of playing his game of agendas that misleads Seahawks fans for no reason.
The number one thing I wanted everyone to know was that there’s no evidence that Jalen Carter was drunk driving and that pieces of shit like the YouTuber are just lucky that they aren’t famous enough or damaging enough to be sued. There’s a lot more to get into with Carter though because whether you come away more fearful or more comfortable with the idea of him being drafted, if you’re like me—someone who thought he did know enough about Carter and assumed the worst—you’ll at least come away with more knowledge and be able to make a judgment for yourself.