Priority UDFA's for Seattle South (updated)

The Seahawks front office has been a prime example of a team that finds and develops players whether they were drafted or signed as free agents the Seahawks manage to find talent at all levels. Here are some developmental prospects who should be priority free agents for the jaguars.

Lonnie Ballentine Safety Memphis: A large safety at 6'3 220 with 4.4 speed. He has enough range and speed to play as a one high safety but he is also physical enough to play in the box. He's guy that could push evans for a starting spot and be a greta rotation with Cyprien.

A.C. Leonard TE Tennessee St. He proved at the combine his explosiveness registering a position best 4.50 in the 40 yard dash. He is a traditional move tight end and i think he could make an instant impact when he is able to use his speed and size against linebackers and safeties. He is not a strong blocker but can provide seal blocks and he blocks down the field.

Gator Hoskins TE/FB Marshall: He has had double digit touchdowns from the TE spot he's projected more as a FB which is actually a need for the jags. Hoskins could develop into a player somewhere between charlesclay and delanie walker. He has excellent hands blocks and has ability after the catch.

Jeff Janis WR Saginaw Valley State: He passes the eye test and his combine numbers helped him get noticed at 6'3 220 running in the 4.4's he has a lot going for him but his play at a small school will be a major factor.

Dontae Johnson CB/FS NC State: He is very versatile and showed good agility at the combine being one of the top performers in the 20 yard shuttle and the 3 cone drill. He has good size at 6'2 200 to play either spot.

Jordan Zumwalt LB ULCA : High energy high effort lb with a nose for the ball. He is a willing tackler but needs to work on shedding blocks and opening his hips when asked to dropped back.

Eric Pinkins SS San Diego St: A raw player but he has all the tools he's 6'3 220 and he ran two 4.4's at San Diego St's pro day and also registered a 39.5 inch vertical. He has size like Kam Chancellor but he needs to work on turning his hips in coverage and eye discipline. He layed two bone crushing hits vs SJSU at 2:55 and at 4:10

Deron Furr SS/LB Fort Valley St. A former auburn qb he transferred to memphis then to fort valley state he has good size at 6'2 232 and ran a 4.7. He went from D1 QB to D2 LB and still has a passion for playing. He could be a good camp body someone who will test the toughness of the skill positions.

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