Should the Seahawks draft a RB in 2015?

No rookie would be able to adequately replace Marshawn Lynch but the 2015 NFL draft offers an extraordinary class of running backs. In his weekly conversation with KJR Sports Radio in Seattle, SeahawkFootball.com's Rob Rang breaks down some of the best fits, including who Seattle might target at No. 31 overall if Lynch retired or some middle rounders should a complementary threat be the goal.

Below is a link to my weekly interview with Jason Puckett on the Ian Furness Show on Seattle's KJR 950 AM. This week we discuss running backs who might intrigue the Seahawks as possible replacements for Marshawn Lynch should be opt to retire or complementary candidates available in the later rounds.

Among the backs discussed:


* What separates my top backs Melvin Gordon (Wisconsin) and Todd Gurley (Georgia) and why do I think each of them will ultimately wind up as first round picks.

* My favorite "diamond in the rough" back of the 2015 draft class -- Northern Iowa's David Johnson.

* High profile backs like Alabama's T.J. Yeldon, Southern Cal's Buck Allen and Nebraska's Ameer Addullah and why each potentially fits in Seattle.

* And more!

To listen to the interview, click on the link below.

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