Tay Gowan, Central Florida
Gowan is a bit more like Adebo than Wade on this list, Gowan didn’t play in 2020 either so his experience playing at the highest level of college football is extremely limited. He, like Adebo, will need some time to adjust to the NFL.
But Gowan seems like a near-perfect fit in the Seahawks secondary. He is big at 6’2″ and 190 pounds, has tons of speed and isn’t afraid to be physical. Gowan needs to learn better tackling technique but so do most college cornerbacks unless they happen to play in the SEC. NFL defensive coaches usually adjust a player’s tackling style anyway and Gowan certainly has the athletic ability to adjust.
Gowan is much more a projection of what he might do at the NFL level, though, and this will likely make him fall into the second round. In his one year at Central Florida, his only season at the Division 1 level as he opted out of 2020, he was targeted just 50 times and allowed just 20 completions. But this was in 2019 so the film on him is limited.
I believe the Seahawks would get a steal in Gowan, however. He certainly has long-term starter ability, can be a lockdown corner with speed to catch up when a receiver does get some distance between themselves and Gowan. The only real risk with Gowan is the unknown but if he sits a lot in 2020, he will learn his way into becoming another great Seattle defensive back.