Seattle Seahawks draft manifesto with a top 52 big board
Seahawks top 52 Big Board 7-14
7. Joey Porter Jr. - CB
Son of the Steelers legend, Porter Jr is an impressive DB that didn't get challenged often in the Big Ten.
8. Carlos Gonzalez - CB
An Interception machine, the Colorado transfer exploded in Eugene for the Ducks. He is not as technically sound as Witherspoon or Porter, but he's a future #1 DB.
9. Peter Skoronski - IOL
The best offensive lineman in the draft, Skor is a really good OT that should translate into a dominant guard at the next level.
10. Will Levis - QB
Will he go number 1 or number 11? We'll have to wait and see with the Kentucky signal caller. His measurables and intangibles are immaculate, but his stats are hard to look at. I really like that he played in the Shane Waldron scheme.
11. Jaxon Smith- Njigba - WR
The best WR in the past two years of the draft. Should immediately become one of the best slot receivers in the league immediately.
12. Lukas Van Ness - DL
With a good enough speed to go with blue chip level power, Van Ness has a near perfect frame to be a versatile weapon used at multiple positions along the d-line. He's raw, but at only 22 years old, he could easily develop into a Trey Hendrickson type power rusher and run game disruptor.
13. Bijan Robinson - RB
More than just a running back, Bijan is an all-around weapon. Could be the next Marshall Faulk.
14. Darnell Washington - TE
The most intimidating TE prospect I've ever seen. The receiving needs work, but he may be the best blocking TE since Gronk entered the league.