TOP OF THE TOWN – There is no such thing as a perfect world, but if there were the Seahawks entered it during the annual NFL draft. They found a lock-down cornerback to go with Tariq Woolen. They picked up CB Devon Witherspoon from Illinois with their No.5 pick. It may have been a surprise choice by many so-called experts, but it fits the overall plan. Now the Seahawks have  two lock-down corners, if what is being said about Witherspoon is true. For several years the Seahawks have tried to find a No. 3 receiver to go with Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf, arguably the best duo receivers in the league. They found him in Ohio State’s Jaxon Smith-Njigba with their 20th pick. You need to think in a perfect world mindset to see what this means. Three great receivers on the field at the same time is a nightmare for defenses. Two lock-down corners is another nightmare for passing offenses. Can we agree this makes the Seahawks much, much better?  With latter picks, the Seahawks started filling up their needs on defense and along the offensive line. They also got another running back in UCLA’s Zach Charbonnet with their 52nd pick. Charbonnet will compete with Ken Walker for playing time. He is versatile in that he can catch the ball, block and is a workhorse in that he will do anything to get on the field. The question remains whether the Seahawks have found edge rusher. That is the main weakness needing shoring up. It may be solved with the addition of linebacker/edge rusher Derick Hall of Auburn, taken with the 37th pick. Hall had 19.5 sacks in 36 games for Auburn and with 151st pick Mike Morris of Michigan taken in the fifth round of the draft the weakness may be fixed. Morris had 7.5 sacks last year for Michigan. Okay, there is no perfect world so expectations have to be guarded with accessing the Seahawks and what they did in this draft. But I like what they did. That is it for today. Stay safe.

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