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You have done your homework well, very interesting. IQ is very underrated by most people on the outside.
A question for you, do you see Stone Forsythe as a legitimate starter in the NFL. Also is he not an anomaly, in that his best trait is pass blocking and not as much in run blocking. I believe the Seahawks feel they can teach pass blocking but a very good run blocker is where they start, which the Michigan chap seems to be.
Sorry more than on question. What say yee?.
Travon Walker and Evan Neal won't be there at nine and Jameson Williams won't be there at 40. On a need basis, OT is the bigger hole because, well, Stone Forsythe is our starting LT. However, I think that the top five edge rushers are better than the OTs. I'd go with Karlaftis and if we got Raimann at 40 I'd be estactic. More likely is Abram Lucas and Kyler Gordon with Max Mitchell later. If Trayvon Burks fell I'd grab him in a heartbeat but he's likely to go in the 20s.
Here's hoping the Seahawks take Andrew Stueber in the 6th (potential) this year and that Son of Color QB guy next year.
So Stone Temple pilot is a very long term project. I feel we should sign Duane Brown to a 3 year deal, the garuntee should be for 2022 and 25% in year 2. This gives Duane stability. You can still take tacke Abraham Lucas from Washington State and play him at right tackle. I saw a Stat, WSU ran the ball 25 times a game. That is a good knowledge base, something P/J will like. Cheers Kenneth