Originally written on NorthWest Sports Beat  |  Last updated 11/12/14
With pick #62 Seahawks draft Christine Michael The second round of the 2013 NFL draft saw the Seattle Seahawks grab Christine Michael RB from Texas A+M. Some instant analysis of the pick from NFL Network's Mike Mayock "He's got some off the field issues, but boy is he gifted." From Hugh Millen on KJR "The word is he has really been an attitude problem. His work ethic has been questioned time and time again, but people rave about his RAW athletism. He's not considered to be a willing blocker in pass pro." From SOfty KJR "I see Lynch & Turbin, Where does he play? Does he even get on the field? Does he return kicks?" From ESPN's Matt Williamson "Michael! Wow!!! SO Talented! But 3rd RB for SEA? Shocked SEA went RB at all" From ESPN's Christopher Harris "And Michael gets the absolute opposite situation from Lacy -- no chance at all to contribute right away. Probably good, considering his maturity and injury issues. A luxury pick for the Seahawks for sure, but their roster is so strong." From CBS Instant Analysis - They give the pick a B+. "Arguably the most gifted runner in the class, though lack of durability and consistency makes him more frustrating than phenom. He's quick to the hole, shows excellent vision for the cutback, has good acceleration and enough lateral agility to elude defenders." Video -- Ultimate Christine Michael Texas A&M Highlights - YouTube What do you think Seahawks fans? Where will line up come week 1? More...

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