Will Dissly, here during his two-touchdown day catching passes for the Washington Huskies last September against Montana, is a converted defensive lineman who's regarded as the best blocking tight end in next week's NFL draft. The Seahawks could use a few more of those.
Will Dissly, here during his two-touchdown day catching passes for the Washington Huskies last September against Montana, is a converted defensive lineman who's regarded as the best blocking tight end in next week's NFL draft. The Seahawks could use a few more of those. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com
Will Dissly, here during his two-touchdown day catching passes for the Washington Huskies last September against Montana, is a converted defensive lineman who's regarded as the best blocking tight end in next week's NFL draft. The Seahawks could use a few more of those. Joshua Bessex jbessex@gateline.com

Chris Petersen's move to UW, messing around at a bowl practice, led Will Dissly into this NFL draft

April 18, 2018 02:35 PM