What would the Seattle Mariners turkey bowl rosters look like?
Willie’s roster features two high school star receivers and a Rookie of the Year tight end
QB: Jarred Kelenic
Willie waited in the draft to draft his QB and settled upon Jarred Kelenic. Kelenic is quick and athletic and would play as a dual-threat QB. While Kelenic has no football experience, his dad created NX Level high-performance training center, where JJ Watt and TJ Watt practice in the offseason. His lack of experience may hold back his accuracy, but he could be Tua for Willie’s team and be a dynamic lefty QB.
TE: Kyle Lewis
Lewis did not play football in high school but did play basketball along with baseball. Lewis would be an amazing tight end as he is fast, athletic, has hops, and has incredible size at 6’4″, 205 lbs. Evan White will have a handful trying to guard Kyle on defense.
WR: Braden Bishop
Braden Bishop was Willie’s first pick in the draft. Bishop played wide receiver in high school at St. Francis in California. He was 1st team all WCAL, WCAL receiver of the year, second-team All CIF CCS, and was an all-metro football player in his senior year
WR: Mitch Haniger
Haniger played wide receiver at Archbishop Mitty High School in California. He broke receiving records at Archbishop Mitty as well as records in California and his Central Coast Section. He caught 85 passes for 888 yards and 7 TDs his senior year and was first-team all-league and county.