Tracking the QBs Seahawks should take in 2023 NFL draft: Week 10

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Week 10 of the college football season is in the books, and wow, what a week. We saw the elites of college football see their CFP hopes die or put on life alert, and some bad QB played a part of the reason. As the Seahawks enter the second half of the season, it’s time to really start looking at the draft, and the possible quarterback options that are available.

We removed a potential project like D.J. Uiagalelei (deep sigh), and added a new player to our list, one who was an absolute star in one of the best games of the year last night.

As Geno Smith continues to keep the Seahawks rolling, the conversation is now whether he’ll stay in Seattle, rather than the Seahawks keeping him.

Top 10 quarterbacks the Seahawks should look to choose in the 2023 NFL draft

Number 10: Jayden Daniels

NFL Comp: Marcus Mariota

Anytime you can beat Alabama, you’re a friend of mine. Welcome to the top ten, Jayden Daniels. Daniels, a former high-level prospect who was in a rotten environment at Arizona State, finally found his home down in Baton Rouge.

The 6’3 200 lbs quarterback has been incredibly efficient at LSU, completing nearly 70% of his throws for nearly 2,000 yards and a 14 to 1 TD to INT ratio. From a mobility perspective, Daniels runs a 4.5 40, running for 600 yards and 10 touchdowns.

In the biggest game of his career, against #6 Alabama and Heisman Trophy winner Bryce Young, Daniels carried his inferior team, totaling 277 yards and 3 touchdowns, including the game-winning touchdown and 2 pt conversion for the win.

With a rough start to his career and concerns about his weight, Daniels looks brilliant choosing LSU as his transfer location, as well as putting on 20lbs to help handle the physicality of the SEC. Daniels can make every throw and has become a very interesting development prospect that Seattle should keep an eye on.