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Customized Seattle Seahawks Jerseys

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When Deebo Samuel measured in at 5-foot-11 and 216 pounds , I immediately rose from the 7am slumber of Senior Bowl weigh ins. Samuel’s build, that of a running back, woke me far better than any coffee could have. Then the former South Carolina Gamecock showed himself to be the best player at the Senior Bowl.The Seattle Seahawks love be aggressive in acquiring talent. That extends to the offensive side of the ball. There was taking Rashaad Penny in the first round. There was trading a first-round pick and starting Pro-Bowl center Max Unger for Jimmy Graham and a fourth-round pick. There was moving a first- and seventh-rounder for Percy Harvin in 2013; then signing him to a six-year, $67M contract with over $25M in guarantees.Harvin is relevant. While he didn’t work out as a character in the locker room, his potential was so appealing to John Schneider and Pete Carroll—as evidenced by how much leeway they gave him. Samuel possesses similar abilities, he’s just built slightly bigger and therefore won’t test Harvin-stupid.Samuel’s still a lightning ball of explosive energy and foot speed though. With his 216-pound size, Seattle could give him even more carries than Harvin received. He could take the wide zone gun stuff and end-arounds, like Harvin, but he could also carry some runs more typical of a running back. The change up from Chris Carson and Penny would be nasty.Samuel took few carries in college, but in a more creative offense he would be able to thrive. His program-record four kickoff return touchdowns proves that Samuel has the navigation through traffic and vision to get it done. The special teams production also means he could help Tyler Lockett and Penny on kick return duty.Samuel isn’t just some funky gadget player with nice measurables; he’s one hell of a receiver. In that sense, and given his build and frightening yards-after-catch ability, his role could be more Golden Tate-y. In 2018, Samuel led his team in receiving yards, receptions and receiving touchdowns. Down at the Senior Bowl, he was utterly dominant in pretty much every drill. In fact, he should have had more catches if it wasn’t for the poor quarterbacking talent on both rosters. Samuel’s film in college was limited by bad quarterbacking too Authentic Rashaad Penny Jersey , courtesy of Jake Bentley.Lockett was dinged for being too small to play on the perimeter and that’s worked out just fine. Given Samuel’s mass and ability to separate against press coverage, similar concerns of his ability to play outside should be dismissed. He can line up all over the offense. The possibilities are tantalizing. Below, Samuel demonstrated his understanding of how to set a cornerback up. He pressed to reset the line of scrimmage. His foot speed was something that featured in every clip, but observe how RAPID it is. The defender was left unable to connect on his jam from the press alignment.Samuel ruins defenders by reading their leverage so effectively. Here, he stuttered right, squared Rock Ya-Sin up and then jab stepped off his left foot once the defensive back had flipped his hips. Exploding down the sideline, Samuel was wide open. His release breaks the motor mirror technique that lots of NFL corners opt for, as the speed of his feet is impossible to match.Samuel’s battle against Ya-Sin made for some entertaining viewing. Samuel won the war. Notice the opening outside鈥own in the redzone, a tougher one-on-one for receivers given the tighter space, Samuel still thrived. Watch his clean cut and the way he sinks. This was an awesome whip route that was too quick off the line of scrimmage for Isaiah Johnson’s step-kick. Samuel then sold the slant. His hands were marshmallow soft, catching everything. Over the shoulder in the cover-2 honey hole:High-pointing a fade (helped by his 32”+ arms):The play speed of the absolute weapon showed up in practice and in Zebra tracking technology, which is encouraging given he looked slower in 2018 following a 2017 fracture of his fibula and a 2016 hamstring injury:The speed is back!From the press box watching the game, I focused solely on Samuel. He was open every single play. His dominance in Mobile will have raised his stock, and he was rightly named captain of the South’s receiver group and awarded wide receiver practice player of the week. Nick Farabaugh provided a look at the sharpness and stutter nature of his routes in college:This draft is absolutely stacked, particularly in the late first to second range. This makes Samuel’s slot somewhat difficult to predict. I’m adamant that there’s no way he will go later than the second and I’m equally certain that he’ll test well.That makes the idea of Seattle drafting Samuel seem gravely irresponsible. They have more pressing needs such as EDGE and will likely be trading down multiple times from 01.21. Yet Samuel is exactly the type of player that Schneider and Carroll would fall in love with. His ability to quickly separate via opening angle, foot speed and head fakes is perfect for the Brian Schottenheimer’s offensive scheme , which places an emphasis on intermediate crossers and over routes. The dynamism and size would help fix the Seahawks’ disappointing YAC numbers too.Seattle’s receiver group was weak last year, with Lockett the only consistent threat after Doug Baldwin played the year hurt. My Senior Bowl MVP, Samuel, would be a frightening and versatile dominator for Russell Wilson to enjoy. As stated, the Seahawks have a history with this kind of move鈥How 6 players on the roster bubble performed against the Colts With the starters being eased into action in the Seattle Seahawks first preseason game, the backups and bottom half of the roster were given an extended run on Thursday night. For the most part, Seattle’s starters and established veterans saw only a drive or two each; just Barkevious Mingo saw extended action among expected starters for Week 1. The brief appearance for the top of the Seahawks’ roster meant the rookies and players on the bubble got a chance to make an impression, as they attempt to make the 53-man roster. Some grabbed the opportunity with both hands and will build upon a strong performance against the L.A. Chargers next week; for others, a steep climb got considerably more difficult. Quinton JeffersonAside from rookie Rasheem Green, Jefferson had the most impressive performance along the defensive line against the Indianapolis Colts. Strong at the point of attack and active inside against the pass, Jefferson began the preseason with the tenacity of a playoff game. There are two plays that stand out for Jefferson against Indianapolis. The first ended the Colts’ opening drive. With Andrew Luck marching his offense down the field, checking down to his backs as they were consistently finding space, they faced a third-and-three. Jefferson swatted the left guard’s hands with ease, forcing Luck to climb and escape up the middle, only for Bobby Wagner to deliver a series-ending hit. The second was a simple running play in which Jefferson evaded the initial strike, worked laterally to his left and disengaged with perfect timing to make the tackle in the backfield. Akeem KingAfter Shaquill Griffin came out of the game , King found himself lined up on the outside, opposite Tre Flowers. King was immediately a focus of Indianapolis’ offense and he responded, breaking up a pass intended for T.Y. Hilton on third down. Later in the game, King displayed outstanding coverage on a shot to the endzone. King remained step-for-step with K.J. Brent (No.15), forcing him towards the sideline and, while King didn’t get his head around, he reacted to Brent’s eyes and got a hand into Brent’s frame to disrupt the throw. With five virtual locks at cornerback — Griffin, Byron Maxwell, Justin Coleman, Neiko Thorpe and Flowers — King will need an outstanding preseason on both defense and special teams to crack the 53-man roster. Against the Colts, he got off to a great start, allowing just one catch on three targets, for 10 yards, as well as laying a big hit on punt coverage, which was flagged.Damore’ea StringfellowOne of the many receivers towards the bottom of a crowded position group, Stringfellow didn’t see much action on Thursday night Seattle Seahawks T-Shirt , but when he did, it was positive. The first came early, on a typical-for-Seattle rub route, with Marcus Johnson picking the defender and Stringfellow getting free, following it with a nice run after the catch up the sideline. The second came after a moment of Alex McGough magic (organized chaos?), as Stringfellow high pointed the football extremely well, only for it to be nullified by a weak offensive pass interference call. Stringfellow has a long way to go if he’s to even get into the fifth and sixth wide receiver competition, but he flashed a couple of the things that make him an interesting prospect. Austin CalitroBack with the Seahawks for a second time, Calitro matched Shaquem Griffin’s energy and production against Indianapolis on Thursday night, flying sideline-to-sideline making plays. Calitro ended with six tackles and added a seventh on special teams. With Wagner, K.J. Wright, Griffin, Mingo and Jacob Martin expected locks, Calitro must prove to be a great special teamer to make the 53-man roster. His performance against the Colts was a promising start on a long road to the final roster.Jake PughThe third man in the SAM linebacker/edge rusher group along with Mingo and Martin has had an anonymous training camp, greatly overshadowed by the two players ahead of him. The UDFA’s preseason debut didn’t go much better. Pugh appeared to be bulked up from his time at Florida State, but that didn’t help him on the edge. He was easily washed out against runs and appeared lost dropping into coverage twice in the red zone. With Mingo and Martin both getting off to great starts Seattle Seahawks Hats , and Pugh not progressing in training camp, it’s tough to envision the UDFA sticking on the roster beyond cutdowns. David MooreMoore is firmly in the mix for the final receiver spot, battling with his fellow sophomore Amara Darboh. After two weeks of training camp and a preseason game, Moore has taken a considerable lead on Darboh. Both have missed time with injury, however Moore was able to recover from a hip flexor issue in time for Thursday’s game, while Darboh sat out. His biggest moment came on a 28-yard catch up the sideline, winning above the rim in a one-on-one situation. The ability to give his quarterback a chance when isolated on the perimeter is the trait that separates Moore from the rest of the receiver group, and it could very well be why he ends up on the 53-man roster come September. Brian Schottenheimer praised his ability in those situations earlier in training camp, as well:After Week 1 of the preseason, several players have launched themselves into the conversation surrounding the final roster, while others have all but fallen by the wayside. And while Tyvis Powell’s electrifying preseason debut two seasons ago can serve as a reminder nothing is decided yet, it’ll be worth watching who can build upon Thursday’s loss.

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