12. Seattle Seahawks- WR Michael Floyd (Notre Dame)
I was all set to give Seattle a defensive player at 12 until they signed free agent quarterback Matt Flynn away from Green Bay. That is a game changer, and makes me think Seattle will make a move here to keep their new franchise face happy. What better way to do that than spending a first round pick on a playmaking 6'3 wide receiver? Floyd was originally projected to go a little higher on the draft, but due to some off the field issues he has fallen down to Seattle's range.
This would be a great addition to a Seattle offense which already has Doug Baldwin, Marshawn Lynch, and Golden Tate. Those are all nice players, but Floyd could be the lead receiver Seattle really does not have right now. He ran a 4.42 forty yard dash at the combine, and had 1,147 yards with nine touchdowns last season. This would be a perfect tool to help ease Flynn into a new situation, giving him a large target to aim for. Plus, Tate is a former Notre Dame teammate of Floyd, and you have to wonder if the senior (23-year old) receiver is in the ear of the Seahawks brass, advising them to bring in his younger peer. Couple all that with the off the field issues he has had, though there are reports that he's straightened up and is flying right nowadays, and he could be a great value at 12 for the 'Hawks. -- SAM HALE
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