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Old 05-10-2014, 04:07 PM   #61
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Could be the next Alfred Morris worse case practice squad competition. Having the right people on the practice squad is true depth.
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wow a RB
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Old 05-10-2014, 04:08 PM   #63
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good pick RB Seastrunk... bye Royster
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Old 05-10-2014, 04:09 PM   #64
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Looks like we get another pick at a potential camp fodder. Then again, some big gems have been hit in late rounds. It's all a crapshoot anyways.
Usually most picks don't matter after 6-7th round anyway, with very rare exceptions we all know about. But if your hit rate on 6-7th rounders is 10-20%, it makes sense that if you took more of them, the chances would go up that one of them works out..
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Wow this running back should compete for PT I'm a Seastrunk fan already.
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Old 05-10-2014, 04:12 PM   #66
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Good pick in Seastrunk
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Heard good things about Seastrunk. The guy is quick
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Old 05-10-2014, 04:13 PM   #68
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Like Seastrunk. Seems like we're going after Baylor players again, RG3 may know him from 2011. 4.37-4.46 speed is decent, averaged 7.6yds.

Doesn't seem to be a receiver out of the backfield however (only 9 catches in past 2 years), and I thought that's what we wanted/needed. Guess CThompson still has a chance to earn his keep..

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STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES

STRENGTHS: Runs light and quick with active, fluid footwork to easily change directions...balanced with a low center of gravity and will lower his pads to barrel into defenders - runs close to the ground and finishes with toughness...explosive lateral burst to juke defenders and quickly redirect his momentum with strong cuts...very slippery and silky runner between the tackles to avoid contact...terrific acceleration and top-end speed to run away from defenders, flashing a second gear in the open field...good football character and attitude.

WEAKNESSES: Very average frame, bulk and trunk - lacks the body type to pack on a lot of muscle...needs to improve his vision and do a better job in space to set up his moves and burst to daylight - needs to improve his run instincts to get north-south quicker...not going to drag tacklers or win with power, struggling to keep his feet after big hits...streaky focus and will hear footsteps, too worried about what's going on around him at the catch point - unproven receiver (only nine career catches, none in 2013)...room to improve his ball security and grip.

His blocking needs work in pass protection, often lowering his helmet and losing sight of his target...missed parts of the last two seasons due to injuries, including a gimpy ankle in 2013 that caused him to miss two games - how long will his body be able to hold up in the NFL?

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A top RB recruit out of high school in Texas, Seastrunk took his game to the West Coast and enrolled at Oregon, but that didn't last long as he transferred to Baylor after only one year (redshirted) in Eugene due to family reasons.
After sitting out the 2011 season, Seastrunk led Baylor in rushing yards the past two seasons, averaging 7.6 yards per carry in college. He is an electric athlete with lightning feet and change of direction skills, but he needs to keep his momentum under control and improve his questionable run instincts. Seastrunk has a bad habit of going east-west and bouncing runs outside, but that's also a product of the offense at Baylor. He is a jitterbug ballcarrier who will impress with his foot quickness, but he needs to improve in several areas before he's NFL ready, including as a receiver and blocker.

Seastrunk will likely still be on the board on day three of the draft due to the fact that he'll likely need limited touches each game to avoid injuries - if he couldn't stay healthy in two seasons in the Big 12, how will he be able to stay durable in the NFL?
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Usually most picks don't matter after 6-7th round anyway, with very rare exceptions we all know about. But if your hit rate on 6-7th rounders is 10-20%, it makes sense that if you took more of them, the chances would go up that one of them works out..

I like the chances of a guy who ran a 4.37 40 making the team, and contributing

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Seastrunk can return kicks as well
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hahaha Giants thought they drafted the best back in the draft. Nahh..... Seastrunk is the best back look at his accolades and watch his shiftiness. He is more agile than Shady. How did that happen?
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Old 05-10-2014, 04:19 PM   #72
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Hes a fragile boy but I like the pick....more speed.
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I just like his last name. Seastrunk. Crazy last name. Me thinks a lot of defenders are going to get to think about that as they chase him as "da trunk" takes it to the house!
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Like the Sea pick, what about Marion Grice.
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Old 05-10-2014, 04:26 PM   #75
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That's what I call value. We got our kick returner and change of paced back. And on top of that he is a fool wit it.
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