3 IN, 3 OUT: Seahawks draft Dash, the Sooner and a Stonecutter
The Seahawks made some uncharacteristic decisions when it came to their three draft selections. Even the idea of coming out of the draft with only three picks was uncharacteristic for John Schneider. In this week's show we talked about some of the other things we learned about the D'Wayne Eskridge pick since talking to EJ Snyder on last week's show and where he falls on the "Tyler Lockett scale" of wide receiver. Pete Carroll is known for starting tall corners with long arms, but went in the opposite direction with Tre Brown and Seattle has long been known for preferring run blocking offensive linemen. Stone Forsythe is the opposite, but looking back at some of his games it may not be as terrible as some people have portrayed.
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