Rob Rang lists his risers and fallers. He believes Stephen McGee has done the most to improve his stock since the combine after putting in an impressive display at the Texas A&M pro day. Interestingly, Rang also says it's almost 'assured' Michael Crabtree falls passed the fourth pick now the Seahawks have Houshmandzadeh.
Walter Cherepinsky disagrees. He still has Seattle taking Crabtree in his latest mock draft. "Though Michael Crabtree going in this spot isn't as much of a lock as it once was, I still feel as though Seattle will take him. A common belief is that the Seahawks have fixed their receiving corps with Houshmandzadeh. That's factually incorrect." - Walter Cherepinsky.
Steve Wyche posts an updated mock draft with the Seahawks taking Eugene Monroe. He states that Monroe will help the Seahawks running game and that he has moderate experience in the zone blocking scheme. I would disagree - I think run blocking is one of Monroe's big question marks and I don't think he's an ideal fit for a ZBS.
Andre Smith speaks to the NFL Network in the aftermath of his disastrous combine. The Alabama offensive tackle comes across very laid back and I'm not sure that's such a good thing. There were already concerns about why he hadn't been working out for the combine.
Knowshon Moreno also records this piece for NFL.com. There aren't many prospects with a more vibrant personality than Knowshon Moreno in this years draft. He's not got elite speed but Moreno will have an impact on the NFL, even as a rookie.
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