Seahawks hosting Western Kentucky WR prospect for official top-30 visit

In the NFL, there is simply no such thing as having too many offensive weapons at your disposal. While the Seattle Seahawks certainly boast one of the most impressive wide receiving corps in the league, there is always room on the depth chart for one more playmaker.

One such prospect at the position is wide receiver Malachi Corley from Western Kentucky. The Hilltoppers standout will be making the trip to the Pacific Northwest to meet with the Seahawks for an official Top 30 visit. From the looks of it, Corley will be keeping his travel agent’s plate full for the next few weeks.

Corley was a force of nature for Western Kentucky. Consistency has been key, as the last two years he has hauled in 11 touchdown receptions. His strongest season came in 2022 when he snagged 101 passes for 1,293 yards. But his senior season of 2023 was no slouch either, as he still caught 79 balls thrown his way for 984 yards.

It is hard to not get a little excited thinking about what it is he could do in Seattle’s offense, especially paired with DK Metcalf, Tyler Lockett and Jaxon Smith-Njigba.

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