Seattle Seahawks: Grading The 2015 Draft Class

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Oct 26, 2013; Manhattan, KS, USA; West Virginia Mountaineers offensive linesman

Mark Glowinski

(64) blocks Kansas State Wildcats defensive lineman

Travis Britz

(95) during the first half at Bill Snyder Family Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

 Seattle Seahawks Draft Grades: Mark Glowinski

A. <p>This is the type of lineman we can use. Glowinski has good punch off the snap, is smooth in space (Sixth best 3-cone time and 20-yard shuffle among O-linemen) and has a great radar for finding guys to block. As I mentioned earlier, that awareness is key in a zone-scheme.</p> <p>And not only is he quick, he put up 31 reps of 225-pounds at the combine (fourth best among O-linemen). He has good upper-body strength and has the perfect frame for an interior lineman. He plays with great leverage.</p> <p>And according to Rob Rang, he is “highly regarded for his toughness and work ethic.” I see Glowinski solving the issue at LG that Carroll and co. have had since they got here. The Seattle Seahawks got a heck of a football player in Glowinski.</p>. OG/C. West Virginia. MARK GLOWINSKI

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