The Seattle Seahawks Are In For A Long Season – The Wright Way Network

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For the Seattle Seahawks, 2022 looks to be a throwaway type of season. As the team sits and waits for the NFL Draft and a quarterback who can shake them from their doldrums, fans can only sit back and hope for the best.
That could be a lot of sitting. Nonetheless, the Seahawks chose a tried and true method of choosing to tank instead of signing Baker Mayfield or rolling the dice and possibly acquiring Jimmy Garoppolo. Either of which would have slowed the bleeding.
Drafting a quarterback is still risky business. All things need to break just right, and the slightest of missteps can set things back even further. In Seattle, this will be a concern as the Seahawks look to break from mediocrity.
Should Pete Carroll have a shot at one of the top three quarterbacks, he’ll find that the pool of talent in the upcoming draft runs deep. In no particular order, here are three Seattle should consider:
Grayson McCall – Coastal Carolina
McCall is your prototypical quarterback with size to match. At six feet and three inches tall, McCall is big, athletic, and has an accurate throwing arm. 
The two-time Sun Belt Player of the Year led the Chanticleers to wins in big matchups between undefeated teams Louisiana and BYU. The latter game is considered to be the biggest win in program history and was nicknamed Mormons vs. Mullets.
Will Levis – Kentucky  
Levis may be the best of the lot for those needing a signal caller. His ability to stand tall and deliver accurately-placed shots at every level of the field is among the best in the nation.
At six feet and three inches tall, Levi’s has the classic starting quarterback physique. Levis started all 13 games for Kentucky, completing 233 of 353 passes for 2,827 yards and 24 touchdown passes while running for 376 yards and nine touchdowns on 107 rushes. 
Levis would lead the Wildcats to its second 10-win season since 2018, including defeating No. 15 Iowa in the 2022 Citrus Bowl.
Tyler Van Dyke – Miami
Like all NFL style quarterbacks, Van Dyke has all the necessary measurables. At six feet and four inches tall, Seattle will love this kid. 
As a true freshman with the Huricanes, Van Dyke appeared twice as a backup to quarterback D’Eriq King. He entered 2021 as a backup before becoming the starter after King suffered an injury. In his first start against Central Connecticut State he completed 10 of 11 passes for 270 yards and three touchdowns.
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