Thursday, 26 February 2009

Post-combine mock drafts

Here's my mock draft from yesterday in case you missed it. It's still early days and free agency will impact predictions as we get closer to April 25th.

Rob Rang and Chad Reuter from NFL Draft Scout published updated mock drafts yesterday. Rang says Seattle will take Michael Crabtree, Reuter thinks Eugene Monroe will be the pick.

Walter Cherepinsky has updated his four round mock draft. The Seahawks' picks are as follows: WR Michael Crabtree-R1, S Louis Delmas-R2, OT Troy Kropog-R3, DT Alex Magee-R4.

Michael Abromowitz also has a four round mock draft. Again the Seahawks take Crabtree in the first round, with Jamon Meredith (OT, S. Carolina) taken in round two, Derek Pegues (S, Miss. State) in the third and Andy Levitre (G, Oregon St.) picked in the fourth round.

Draft Tek's computer has been busy with another prediction. In a recurring theme, Michael Crabtree is again taken in the first round. There's a bit of a surprise in round two however - Chris 'Beanie' Wells drops to the Hawks. Crabtree and Wells with the first two picks would certainly breathe some life into the Seahawks' offense.

Pat Kirwan is another pundit who thinks the Seahawks will take Michael Crabtree. Despite the drama surrounding his metatarsal injury this week the consensus amongst the majority of mock drafts is that the Texas Tech receiver will be Seattle's choice in the first round.

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