First off, Carolina should trade down with Seattle. The Seahawks could easily win 4 of their remaining 7 games.(Rams twice, Skins once, and the Cards once) With a record of 7-9, the Seahawks would be picking outside of the top 10, and they would presumably miss out on drafting one of the top 3 QB's. The Seahawks can't let that happen. In this trade scenario, Carolina moves down to the 12th pick, while acquiring Seattle's 2nd rounder.
1st Round- Zach Brown, LB North Carolina. Brown is simply an athletic freak. Brown doesn't have ideal size (6'2 230) but he has unheard of speed for the position(4.4 40). Brown is an explosive athlete. He's solid against both the run, and the pass. Zach Brown's potential is through the roof. He could flourish into one of the best WLB's in the game.
Stats so far: 71 Tackles, 10.5 TFL, 5.5 Sacks, 2 INT's
2nd Round- Dwight Jones, WR North Carolina. Jones is a well built WR(6'4 215) with good hands, and solid speed. Jones has great initial burst for a receiver his size. Jones would thrive in this offense because of his big play ability, and his ability to stretch the field.
Stats so far: 63 Receptions 913 Yards 8 TD's
2nd Round- Dontari Poe, NT Memphis. Dontari Poe is a mountain of a man. He might not be a sexy pick, but he's exactly what this defense needs. Poe is a huge load at the LOS. He's incredibly strong, he takes on double teams, and he's impossible to move. Poe would allow Beason & Co. to roam freely.
Stats so far: 21 Tackles, 8.5 TFL, 1 Sack
4th Round- Fletcher Cox, DT Mississippi State. At this point, Cox would be the BPA, and he would be too good to pass up. Cox has tremendous speed and agility for a man his size(6'4 295). Cox is very disruptive, and he's also stout against the run. Fletcher Cocks would be a steal in the 4th round.
Stats so far: 40 Tackles, 11.5 TFL, 4 Sacks
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