As the Seattle Seahawks prepare to defend their Super Bowl championship, they are looking over a handful of players who could make the roster during training camp and potentially contribute to another impressive campaign.
One player who is expected to get a chance in Seattle is wide receiver Morrell Presley, who participated in a work out with the team earlier this year, according to Jayson Jenks of the Seattle Times.
Presley could compete to fill the roster spot left empty after Sidney Rice retired on Wednesday.
Interestingly enough, Presley is familiar with Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll.
During the recruiting process, Presley had committed to the USC Trojans before flipping to the UCLA Bruins. He eventually transferred to California (Pa.) University. Presley went unselected in this year’s draft.
It won’t be easy for Presley to make the Seahawks roster, but he does have very intriguing size at 6-foot-4, 225 pounds that could lead to the Seahawks coaching staff playing close attention throughout camp.
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