Seattle Seahawks 2015 NFL Draft: Ten Options With the 63rd Pick

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Oct 18, 2014; Eugene, OR, USA; Oregon Ducks offensive lineman

Jake Fisher

(75) motivates the crowd against the Washington Huskies at Autzen Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Olmos-USA TODAY Sports

Seattle Seahawks’ Ten Options At No. 63

9) Jake Fisher, Oregon OT

How badly could the Seahawks use a smart, technically sound offensive lineman? Even if he is wearing the ugliest uniforms that I have ever had the misfortune of looking at.

Jake Fisher is both, as well as one of the more athletic linemen in the 2015 class. He had the best 3-cone drill time among offensive linemen (7.25), the best 20-yard shuttle (4.33), the second-best 40-time (5.01) and the second-best vertical (32.5). And he doesn’t just have combine athleticism. He moves exceptionally well in space and is perfect for the Seahawks zone-scheme.

He was primarily a right tackle in college, but left guard is also a possibility with his skill-set. He would be higher on the list, but there is a good chance he won’t be available to Seattle at 63.

Chance he’s available: 30%

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