Gerald McCoy, DT - Oklahoma
Pick made by shake n bake:
While the Seahawks have serious needs at QB and LT, Seattle should have no problem getting a quality LT prospect at the #14 pick and McCoy is the clear best player on the board at a position where they could use an upgrade. McCoy also addresses the Seahawks other top 3 need, though a bit unconventionally. The Seahawks leading sacker was 33 year old Patrick Kerney with just 5. Seattle needs a better pass rush. Most attempts to address this are with a DE, but McCoy is the best pass rushing DT in the class.
How will he impact the Seahawks in 2010?
Pairing McCoy with Brandon Mebane (5.5 sacks in 2008) inside in passing situations could bring some serious heat along the shortest route to the QB. McCoy would fight Mebane for a starting spot, rotate heavily if he lost, and likely pair with Mebane in passing situations.
McCoy's Scouting Report from Mocking the Draft
The Browns, and 2ndBlueGeneration, are on the clock...
|1||St. Louis||Jimmy Clausen||QB||Notre Dame||TouchdownColts|
|2||Detroit||Russell Okung||OT||Oklahoma St.||coltsfan723|
|3||Tampa Bay||Ndamukong Suh||DT||Nebraska||TheAngelsColts|
|4||Washington||Sam Bradford||QB||Oklahoma||Colts Homer|
|5||Kansas City||Eric Berry||S||Tennessee||sanders_fan89|
|6||Seattle||Gerald McCoy||DT||Oklahoma||shake n bake|
|14||Seattle||shake n bake|
|16||Tennessee||Addai Another Day|
|18||Pittsburgh||LV Steelers Fan|
What's your take on draft pick #6?
Correct pick. Great value at #6. (78 votes)
Good pick, but could have gone with other position of need (28 votes)
Wrong pick in this spot, as others were better. (17 votes)
How can a player this good fall to Pete Carroll? (29 votes)
152 total votes