Friday Faceoff: Five Seahawks Combine Targets

February 19, 2010   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The NFL combine often times represents a turning point for many team’s player evaluation. While it is rarely a make or break weekend, as teams watch hours of game tape to provide the bulk of their evaluation material, the combine is an equalized athletic process.
It is quite simply a few hundred of the top college athletes all performing in the same environment.
But often times too much is made of numbers. 40-yard-dash times, bench press reps, and vertical leap are easy numbers to understand for the average person. For the most part, at least to some extent, each of us has been measured scholastically in one of these categories.
But agility tests, position drills, interviews and Wonderlic scores often weight heavier for savvy personnel departments.
The Seahawks, coming off their second straight losing season for the first time since 1994, have needs across the board.
No. 1 - Defensive Ends: Derrick Morgan, Carlos Dunlap, Everson Griffen
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