2010 NFL Mock Draft: Seattle Seahawks Select Okalahoma State OT Russell Okung

March 1, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

This draft pick is probably the hardest draft pick of them all to analyze, due to a lot of variables surrounding the selection.
First off, it's a top ten pick. The good thing about that is that if a team has one glaring need, they can just grab that position usually because only a handful of players are out of the draft pool. So, odds are that they can just grab that guy.
However, Seattle's situation is complicated due to the fact that they have multiple positions of need.
Matt Hasselbeck is getting old, so a new quarterback is a possibility and Jimmy Clausen is available by this pick according to my mock.
However, Hasselbeck still has some time left in him whereas Walter Jones, standout left tackle, is on his last legs.
Jones was sent to IR last year and I feel that he will retire next year, if not this year.
Walter Jones is arguably a Hall of Famer, so the Seahawks have to replace him with only the best.
The obvious pick is offensive tackle...

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