Found April 09, 2013 on Oregon Sports News:
With the 2013 NFL Draft right around the corner, I thought I would concoct a mock draft for the Seattle Seahawks.  If you have any comments or would like to send me an email to spar, I'd encourage you to do so at my email, BJSmith6970@gmail.com. There are several approaches to drafting: horizontal drafting or vertical drafting.  When you horizontal draft, it indicates that the team is adding a player based on position need, whereas, vertical drafting is based on best player available (BPA).   Taking the different draft approaches into account, and the fact that the Seahawks do not have a plethora of draft picks at their disposal, one would surmise that a horizontal approach would be most suitable for the team come this 2013 draft.   That being said, let's take a gander at the positions of need for the Seahawks that need to be addressed in this draft. 1)  Defensive Line:   It is sometimes uncanny how quickly things can unravel in what was a position ...
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