The perfect landing spot for all five Texas A&M football NFL draft hopefuls

The right situation matters for a draft prospect—here's the best option for each NFL hopeful from Texas A&M football.

Aug 12, 2010; Arlington, TX, USA; General view of the exterior of Cowboys Stadium before the NFL
Aug 12, 2010; Arlington, TX, USA; General view of the exterior of Cowboys Stadium before the NFL / Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports
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Demani Richardson. . . . S. 26. 36. Demani. .

There's change afoot up in Seattle. There's been a lot of buzz about new head coach Mike McDonald up in Washington state, and that buzz only grew with today's decision to release Jamal Adams and Quandre Diggs.

Whether or not this is the best move for Seattle in the long run, it may be one that ends up opening the door for some young blood in the secondary. This is where Demani can benefit. As a late-round pick and possible UDFA, the shakeup in the defensive backfield might be an ideal situation for him to find some purchase.

What's more, Seattle had both a poor pass and run defense last year. Richardson is a piece that can play down in the box or in coverage. While his strengths are probably best utilized in the former role, limiting his overall value, I still think there's as good of a chance for him to carve out a niche for himself up in the NFC West as there is anywhere.