The Seahawks Third-Round Pick's Official Grade, WR Deon Butler: B

Lars HansonAnalyst IApril 26, 2009

STATE COLLEGE - NOVEMBER 22:  Deon Butler #3 of the Penn State Nittany Lions pulls in a pass against the Michigan State Spartans on November 22, 2008 at Beaver Stadium in State College, Pennsylvania.  (Photo by Joe Sargent/Getty Images)

The Seahawks kept wheeling and dealing in day two of the draft.

They dealt their fifth-round pick, one of their seventh-round picks, 213th, and a third-round pick in next years draft to get the Eagles third-round pick this year.

To me, that’s way to much to give up and, considering who they drafted, they better be very high on Butler.

Players like FS Rashad Johnson from Alabama and CB Keenan Lewis from Oregon State among others, were still on the board.

Now, onto Butler. He’s basically a younger version of former Seahawks WR Bobby Engram. He’s 5'11" and had a 4.26-40 at the combine. Butler’s going to be a great slot WR for Seattle or fourth string WR.

I give the pick a "B." I was going to give it a "C+," because of what they gave up to get the pick and who was still on the board.