Seahawks Insider Blog

Kansas City takes RB McCluster at No. 36

Dexter McCluster of Ole Miss was the first running back to go off the board in the second round. At 5-8, 170 pounds, I thought McCluster would have been a good fit for Seattle as a third-down back and a returner.

But there are plenty of backs still available who could help Seattle, including Auburn's Ben Tate, Georgia Tech's Jonathan Dwyer, Stanford's Toby Gerhart, Tennessee's Montario Hardesty and Mississippi State's Anthony Dixon.

I think the Seahawks will find their running back of choice in the second round.