The Seattle Seahawks visited with Indiana WR Cody Latimer Tuesday, April 15. Latimer’s stock is rising, and he’s projected as a late first-round pick or early second-round selection.

Footballguys View: Late first/early second seems a tad high for a guy who seems to lack a true extra gear to get away from defenders and doesn’t run precise routes. On the other hand, he’s got a decent combination of overall speed and good size, along with soft hands, so grabbing him as a late-second/early third makes sense. The Seahawks need a new receiver to replace the departed Golden Tate.


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