Thursday, 12 February 2009

Draft minute with Todd McShay

ESPN's Todd McShay is conducting a series called 'Draft Minute' where he reviews a prospect's skills in 60 seconds. Today he looks at Michael Crabtree (WR, Texas Tech).

4 comments:

Anonymous said...

If he is available at #4 and we don't take him I will be sad. I will get over it because I will have to but I really want to see him on our roster.

Anonymous said...

If he is there at 4 I will not be sad if we take him but I think it would help the team more to trade down to pick up more picks and fill more pressing needs that are matched up better with value in the lower part of the first round.

Big Joe

Anonymous said...

Joe,

With the sorry state of the Seahawks WR corps, which has steadily declined each year since '06, it's hard to find a more pressing need than a good #1 WR. With the addition of one player, a bonafied #1 WR (something the Seahawks haven't really had for years) the entire WR corps suddenly becomes a big threat. Instead of everyone being a little inadequate and having to play over their heads, Branch is very good for a #2 WR, Burleson is awesome for a #3, and Engram is the best #4 WR in the NFL. All in one fell swoop.

Kryten said...

OMG! That is certainly going out on a limb!! He'll be branded a whacko or a genius if he keeps making wild claims like that...

"Crabtree will go in the top ten."