5 dream draft targets for Seahawks to build unstoppable offense around Geno Smith

These players would turn Seattle's offense into one that is championship caliber.

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WR Johnny Wilson, Florida State 

The last prospect that I think could help create an unstoppable offense for Smith and the Seahawks is one of my personal favorites, Florida State’s Johnny Wilson.

The 6’6 ⅜” and 231 lbs wide receiver became the combine record holder for height at the position, as well for wingspan (84.5 in). This physical freak continued to dazzle, running a 4.52 40-yard dash at his size. But there are legitimate questions about his ability to develop into a proper route runner and have the time to develop into the playmaker NFL teams are expecting from such a deep class. That's why I think Wilson should be drafted and converted into a tight end.

After an impressive junior season in which he caught 43 passes for 900 yards and 5 scores, his senior season left a bit to be desired, although the star transfer addition of Keon Coleman took plenty of opportunities away from him. Nevertheless, Wilson caught 41 passes for 617 yards in 10 games and was one of the best run-blocking WRs in college.

When you watch him play, it's clear to see a path that could be a prime Darren Waller. The size and speed, with a desire to block. Wilson could become a key part of the Seahawks' offense, as he applies his strengths to a new position. 

The Seahawks clearly have a need for TEs right now, and I can't imagine how a team would defend having two massive humans like Wilson and DK Metcalf running down the field. That's too much size and speed for a team to handle and should open the door for other players to run freely.

I don't expect all five of these guys to end up on the Seahawks next year. If Seattle could add at least two of them, this offense would soar past anything they had under Shane Waldron. Geno Smith will have his chance to truly prove how elite he can be.

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