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For fun did a couple mock drafts on THEDRAFTNETWORK now that comp picks have been allocated: 

Runthrough 1

27 RB Jonathan Taylor

59 S Jeremy Chinn

64 OT Ezra Cleveland

101 WR Bryan Edwards

133 OG John Simpson

144 EDGE Jabari Zuniga

162 EDGE Jonathan Garvin

214 WR Dezmon Patmon

 

Runthrough2

27 EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos

59 RB Cam Akers

64 OL Isiah Wilson

101 IOL Damien Lewis

133 DL Jordan Elliot

144 EDGE Alton Robinson

162 TE Dalton Keane

214 OT Charlie Heck

 

Runthrough3

27 OT Austin Jackson

59 S Antoine Winfield Jr

64 RB Cam Akers

101 TE Hunter Bryant

133 WR Chase Claypool

144 WR Devin Duvernay

162 EDGE Jonathan Garvin

214 DT James Lynch

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Did some more Mocks on TheDraftNetwork: Start of FA

27 WR Jalen Reager

59 OT Austin Jackson

64 S Jeremy Chinn

101 Edge Jabari Zuniga

133 OL Hakeem Adeniji

144 DT Jordan Elliot

162 RB Sewo Olonilua

214 CB Reggie Robinson II

 

27 DT Ross Blacklock

59 IOL Matt Hennessy

64 EDGE LB Josh Uche

101 WR Bryan Edwards

133 OL Hakeem Adeniji

144 LB David Woodward

162 RB Joshua Kelley

214 CB Lavert Hill

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So doing a few more Mocks. One note; with Seattle signing 4 Offensive line, I figure Seattle wont be drafting OL in the early rounds. 

27 DT Ross Blacklock

59 EDGE Julian Okwara

64 LB Willie Gay Jr

101 WR Bryan Edwards

133 OL Hakeem Adeniji

144 RB AJ Dillon

162 CB Reggie Robinson II

214 S Myles Dorn

 

27 EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos

59 RB Jonathan Taylor

64 S Kyle Duggar

101 OT Ben Bartch

133 WR Devin Duvernay

144 LB David Woodward

162 WR Antoino Gandy-Golden

214 CB Reggie Robinson II

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7 hours ago, animaltested said:

So doing a few more Mocks. One note; with Seattle signing 4 Offensive line, I figure Seattle wont be drafting OL in the early rounds. 

27 DT Ross Blacklock

59 EDGE Julian Okwara

64 LB Willie Gay Jr

101 WR Bryan Edwards

133 OL Hakeem Adeniji

144 RB AJ Dillon

162 CB Reggie Robinson II

214 S Myles Dorn

 

27 EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos

59 RB Jonathan Taylor

64 S Kyle Duggar

101 OT Ben Bartch

133 WR Devin Duvernay

144 LB David Woodward

162 WR Antoino Gandy-Golden

214 CB Reggie Robinson II

I really like this.  Would any of this change with Dunbar on the roster or did you make this mock with Dunbar in mind?

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19 minutes ago, showtime said:

I really like this.  Would any of this change with Dunbar on the roster or did you make this mock with Dunbar in mind?

This was pre Dunbar. Wouldn’t really change anything in my mind. They could still take a flyer corner late, but there absolutely will be no CB in the first 4 rounds. 

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So now that FA has settled in, going to do few more with things in mind.

Offensive Line Set with Finney, Shell, Ogbuehi, and Warmack.

WR getting knocked down with Dorsett signing

Dunbar Trade:

 

27. Edge AJ Epenosa

59. DL Raekwon Davis

64. S Jeremy Chinn

101. EDGE Jabari Zuniga

133. G John Simpson

144. CB Harrison Hand

214. CB Reggie Robinson II

 

27. EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos

59. RB Cam Akers

64. EDGE Josh Uche

101. DL Leki Fotu

133. DL McTelvin Agim

144. S Julian Blackmon

214. WR Dezon Patmon

 

27. DT Ross Blacklock

59. EDGE Julian Okwara

64. S Terrell Burgess

101. DL Rashad Lawrence

133. RB AJ Dillion

144. WR Isiah Hodgins

214. OT Calvin Throckmorton

 

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9 hours ago, animaltested said:

So now that FA has settled in, going to do few more with things in mind.

Offensive Line Set with Finney, Shell, Ogbuehi, and Warmack.

WR getting knocked down with Dorsett signing

Dunbar Trade:

 

27. Edge AJ Epenosa

59. DL Raekwon Davis

64. S Jeremy Chinn

101. EDGE Jabari Zuniga

133. G John Simpson

144. CB Harrison Hand

214. CB Reggie Robinson II

 

27. EDGE Yetur Gross-Matos

59. RB Cam Akers

64. EDGE Josh Uche

101. DL Leki Fotu

133. DL McTelvin Agim

144. S Julian Blackmon

214. WR Dezon Patmon

 

27. DT Ross Blacklock

59. EDGE Julian Okwara

64. S Terrell Burgess

101. DL Rashad Lawrence

133. RB AJ Dillion

144. WR Isiah Hodgins

214. OT Calvin Throckmorton

 

Realistically, do you think Penny or Carson will be able to play on opening day?  I guess time will tell, but I'm interested by the running backs.  I kind of like the first option you have there because it's heavy defensive line and secondary with a guard.

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13 hours ago, showtime said:

Realistically, do you think Penny or Carson will be able to play on opening day?  I guess time will tell, but I'm interested by the running backs.  I kind of like the first option you have there because it's heavy defensive line and secondary with a guard.

Carson has a realistic shot of playing in week 1. Penny will start the season on the PUP. 

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Found a site that allows trades for free - PFN Mock Draft Simulator: Here is what I did -

27: TRADE => 36 + 110

36. C Caesar Ruiz

59. DL Neville Gallimore

64. EDGE Jabri Zuniga

101. G Robert Hunt

110. S Terrell Burgess

133. RB AJ Dillon

TRADE DOWN 170 + 225

170. IOL Jake Hansen

214. CB Harrison Hand

225. LB David Woodward

 

27. TRADE => 42. 73.

43. DL Ross Blacklock

59. EDGE Jabari Zuniga

64. TRADE => 80. 121.

73. RB Cam Akers

80. DT Jordan Elliot

101. G Robert Hunt

121. LB Kamal Martin

133. OL Hakeem Adeniji

144. WR Antonio Gandy-Golden

214. S Josh Metellus

 

 

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Did some more for fun!

27. TRADE => 30 + 136

30. TRADE => 46 + 195

46. EDGE Julian Okwara

59. DT Jordan Elliot

64. OT Isiah Wilson

95. WR Chase Claypool

101. TE Hunter Bryant

133. G John Simpson

136. RB Joshua Kelley

144. WR Antonio Gandy-Golden

214. CB Harrison Hand

 

27. TRADE => 42 + 73

42. DT Ross Blacklock

59. OLB Josh Uche

64. C Ceaser Ruiz

73. EDGE Jabari Zuniga

101 DT Leki Fotu

133. RB AJ Dillon

144. OG Netane Muti 

214. EDGE Derrek Tuszka

 

27. TRADE => 35, 85, and Swap 6th and 7ths

35. OT Austin Jackson

59. TRADE => 76 + 117

64. DT Jordan Elliot

76. RB Cam Akers

85. WR Chase Claypool

101. EDGE Alton Robinson

117. OLB Davion Taylor

133. OG Damien Lewis

144. WR Kalija Lipscomb

182. DL Darrion Daniels

 

 

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Did another one; went wild with the trade downs. 

 

27. TRADE => 36 + 99

36. TRADE => 47 + 119

47. DT Ross Blacklock

59. TRADE => 62 + 192 + 236

62. WR Michael Pittman

64. DT Raekwon Davis

99. S Terrell Burgess

101 RB Cam Akers

119. OG John Simpson

133. EDGE Azur Kamara

144. LB Shaun Bradley

192. EDGE Casey Toohill

214. C Jake Hansen

236. OG Kevin Dotson

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Another day, another mock:

1.27 TRADE => 1.30 + 4.144 + 5.153

1.30 TRADE  1.30 & 3.101 => 2.47 + 3.78 + 4.119  

2.47 EDGE Julian Okwara

2.59 IDL Justin Madubuike

2.64. OT Isiah Wilson

3.78 WR Chase Claypool

TRADE => 4.119 + 4.144 => 4.104 

4.104 RB Cam Akers

4.133 OG Kevin Dotson

4.141 LB Shaun Bradley

5.153 EDGE Casey Toohill

6.214 CB Harrison Hand

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A few notes I'll make. I've done extensive armchair scouting on RB, WR, DE, and OT (still working through this position). 

I tend to hate how the Seahawks draft early (and for good reason, our success on day 1 of the draft is dreadful). 

Here's some of my position thoughts of those I've scouted: 

 

RB

Cam Akers and AJ Dillon are two guys who fit the athletic profile we would typically pursue, but boy would I be underwhelmed by either player. Rashaad Penny was a guy I liked in the 2nd/3rd round of the 2017 draft, but was overdrafted due to his athletic profile. The same will be true of Akers and Dillon. Akers is absolutely dreadful in pass protection and struggles to create yards through contact. Dillon is track fast for his size, but you don't see that convert over to the game tape too often. 

Jonathan Taylor would be an ideal fit for us, but I'm not sure we spend that kind of draft capital at the RB position again (Taylor is my #1 rated back). 

In the middle rounds, I love DeeJay Dallas and Lamical Perine. Big-bodied, between-the-tackles thumpers that consistently create yards after contact. Both guys are also stout in pass pro and add a useful receiving element to their game. 

Slightly later than that, I appreciate Keyshawn Vaughn's build and potential. However, not sure he fits our mold. 

Beyond that, I really like James Robinson's game out of Illinois St. He doesn't give you much of a straight-line speed element, but he's very similar to Chris Carson coming out. Big-bodied thumper with featherweight feet and performed well in the explosion drills at the Combine. 


WR

Considering the top-heavy nature of this class, I'm really hoping we take advantage of this class in the first 3 rounds. My presumption is that Lamb, Jeudy, Ruggs, and Jefferson will be gone by the time we pick. I think Tee Higgins is getting seriously slept on. I actually have him as my #4 WR just behind Ruggs, but he's being pegged as more of a Round 2 guy. He has an incredible catch radius, tracks the ball with the best of them, and dominates in 1-on-1 situations. Denzel Mims would provide scary potential opposite DK and give us another sizable receiver who wins in contention, with a bit of a higher ceiling than Higgins. 

I like Reagor, Shenault, and Aiyuk, but not relative to where I feel you'd have to select them (late 1st-early 2nd round). In the late 2nd-early 3rd round range, I would absolutely love Texas' Devin Duvernay as a similar weapon that Deebo Samuel became for SF last year. He is ferocious with the ball in his hands and timed really well. In that same range, I really like Michael Pittman's potential and he again gives us another size compliment to DK. 

Later in the 3rd or even 4th, guys like Florida's Van Jefferson and Boise State's John Hightower stand out as very suitable fits. I have Jefferson graded higher due to his route running prowess, but Hightower is very similar to Kenny Golladay coming out and I think his deep ball expertise would excel in our system. These are guys who might be 2nd/3rd rounders in most classes. 

After those two guys, there's a pretty steep drop off for starter-level talent. 

I see Chase Claypool as an experiment bound to fail. Athletic specimen but needs a ton of refinement to ever be a useful full-time receiver. 

Two small-school guys I have my eyes on late in the draft are Southern Mississippi's Quez Watkins and Rhode Island's Aaron Parker. Watkins gives you lid-lifting speed and underrated ball skills. Parker will definitely need some technique work, but he's a sturdy possession receiver type that would fit a similar mold to how we used Josh Gordon last year. 


LT 

Very fair to assume that Becton, Wills, Thomas, and Wirfs are well off the board by the time we pick (I have them in that order fwiw). 

Houston's Josh Jones doesn't fit our profile at all and I think he's being overrated by the scouting industry at large with his poor handwork and age. 

Southern Cal's Austin Jackson needs a LOT of technical work, but he's an athletic ball of clay with good bloodlines who would be a great fit for us in the late 1st round. 

As mentioned, I still have a lot more work to do here. Planning on watching Ezra Cleveland, Isaiah Wilson, Lucas Niang, and Matt Peart here in the next 24 hours. 


DE

Still need to do work here, so I'll be curious if anyone has names worth watching. 

Penn State's Yetur Gross-Matos is perhaps my top priority in round 1, which is why I know we won't end up with him. Realistically, he's the 2nd best DE prospect in this class after Chase Young and should be off the board before we ever get a chance. 

A guy who really fits the Seattle mold and seems to just be scratching the surface on his potential is Alabama DE Terrell Lewis. Great overall frame and wingspan. Plays with incredible leverage. He will require quit a bit of coaching, however, as his pass rush arsenal is unrefined and, perhaps most notably, his ability to identify the play and seek out the football is lacking. Overall, Lewis is a guy I can definitely see us walking away with in the late 1st-early 2nd if we do presumably trade down. 

Notre Dame's Julian Okwara seems to be more bark than bite in the tape I was able to watch. With that said, he has tremendous arm length and hand size and showed flashes of dominance. 

Florida's Jonathan Greenard might not fit our traditional athletic profile, but I thought the same of LJ Collier last year. If the FO continues to prioritize length, nobody is quite as freakish as Greenard his ratio of height to arm length. Greenard also plays with tremendous play recognition skills and is sturdy as hell in run defense. This is a guy who plays the game more like chess than checkers, setting his opposition up with different looks every single play to keep them guessing and off balance. I would love for us to add Greenard to this defense, but I'm skeptical due to his low-ceiling athletic profile for the LEO position. 

I'm hopeful we stay away from Louisiana's K'Lavon Chaisson and fully expect us to steer clear of guys like Boise's Curtis Weaver and Utah's Bradlee Anae

 

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