Seahawks Draft Board - 2019 NFL Draft
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General Notes:
-Prospects identified as targets for Seattle, using the Seahawks' draft history and minimum thresholds at each position during the Pete Carroll/John Schneider era -- of course, some subjectivity involved.
-Certain prospects who may fit Seattle's type at different positions but are likely top-10/15 picks were excluded (Nick Bosa, Devin White, D.K. Metcalf).
-The prospect's best testing result is shown, whether it's from a pro day or Combine.

QB Notes:
Excluded for 3 reasons: (1) It's the position that takes longest to properly evaluate, (2) Seahawks would only be targeting one on day three, (3) Russell Wilson and Alex McGough are the only QB they've drafted; there are no tendencies to work off of.
-Day three/UDFA QBs who could fit the 'roster mirroring' philosophy: Easton Stick, Nick Fitzgerald

WR:
-More subjective because of the different roles and body types at the position.
-Good explosiveness and change of direction consistent in SEA's drafting of WRs regardless of role/size.

OL:
-Tackles who came into the NFL more pro-ready (Ifedi, Carptenter) were in the 320-pound range, while the projects (Fant, Gilliam) were in the 295-305 range. Now in Mike Solari's second offseason as OL coach, their size and athletic thresholds are
still being reestablished. Largely, Solari and Tom Cable's mold are similar. However, Solari's athletic thresholds are less strict (see Jamarco Jones), and he targets smaller tackles than Cable.

EDGE:
-Three cone is the biggest indicator -- three times in the Pete Carroll/John Schneider-era, SEA has drafted an EDGE who tested the best at this drill for their position.

DL:
-The two subcategories of 'run defender' and 'interior rusher' are simplistic; essentially, it's either 300-pound plus players who defend the run or 295-pound quick-twitch defenders who can rush from the interior.
-There are a couple sub-290 pound players listed who project as 3-4 DEs in the NFL, but those lines are increasingly blurred as time goes on.

LB:
-The team has stuck to their minimum thresholds here strictly. The only exception they've made was for K.J. Wright, who didn't hit any of the figures except on the broad jump, but had exceptional length (33 7/8").

CB:
-The obvious one here is arm length: 32-inch plus.
-They haven't shied away from bigger CBs like DeShawn Shead and Mike Tyson.
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