Friday, March 28, 2008

Visits, Pro Days, & Prospects

With such a busy day yesterday, I thought I would get you updated on what is going on with the various players that the Seahawks are showing interest in. Remember, usually these visits are used to recruit players who may go undrafted into signing with the Hawks. To Continue...

J.J. Pesavento, of Next Level Scouting is reporting that the Hawks are bringing in Louisville TE Scott Kuhn. Kuhn is 6'6" 255 and doesn't seem to be much of a receiving threat. He had two catches last season.

Josh Buchanan, of is reporting that the team will meet with DE Bryan Smith out of McNeese St. Nfl Draft Scout has him listed as an OLB. They also say he was the most dominant edge rusher in the FCS subdivision the last two years.

Buchanan is also reporting that the Hawks are interested in Central Washington S prospect Chris Hemphill. Draft Scout also lists Hemphill as an OLB. He was a transfer from UW. He is 6'5" and 235lbs

KFFL is reporting that the Seahawks will meet with Wake Forest TE, John Tereshinski. It seems he is being looked at as a fullback for the next level. He has good hands and is a capable blocker. He was also a backup long snapper. Can never have too many of those, right?

Finally, The Seahawks attended the Georgia Southern pro day. Georgia Southern has two running backs, a WR, and a corner who could hear their name called in April.
These players are:

Mike Hamilton and Lamar Lewis at RB, Jayson Foster at WR, and Brandon Jackson is the CB.

There you have. Add these names to the file of now you know. The Hawks certainly use their visits in an interesting way. At least no other team has any idea who we are really targeting either.