Blue 42: What will the Seahawks do in Round 2?

Apr 29, 2011, 12:47 PM | Updated: Apr 8, 2016, 10:54 am

710Sports.com staff

In Friday’s Blue 42, Brock Huard discussed what he would like to see the Seahawks do with their pick (No. 57 overall) in the second round of the NFL draft.

Huard: “I think defensive lineman would be top of the board. I think there’s still going to be some good talent there at the defensive tackle, possibly the defensive end position. I think cornerback is another realistic need of this team. And as I said earlier, when I land tonight in Seattle … and I immediately get to the phone and I see that it’s Colin Kaepernick at 57, there’d be some level of excitement. I’d be intrigued by that pick at 57.

“But a big fella, a difference maker on that D-line, if he’s a higher grade, I think you go that route.”

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Blue 42: What will the Seahawks do in Round 2?