Seattle Seahawks

On the clock: Houston Texans, Pick: 7.41


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PickOverallChoiceNotes
2.0537RaShede Hageman, DT
from Minnesota
After some internal debate in our war room, we decided to jump on a falling player. I personally have a top-15 grade on Hageman and it's awesome we can get him here. Adding a freak like him into Seattle's DL rotation sets them up well for the future. He's pretty raw, but Pete Carroll and John Schneider will likely love his length, strength, and explosiveness. Giggity.
3.2488Devin Street, WR
from Pittsburgh
I actually don't know who he really is but my staff was really excited when his name is still there, so he's our choice. Actually, all we wanted with him was the opportunity to work in a few more Street puns in the next few years. nyways, he compares a lot to Sidney Rice, and we like his toughness and yards-after-catch ability. Obviously he could catch the ball, has great length, and fits well within the Seahawks offense - because if he didn't, why the hell would we select him?
4.32132Laurent Duvernay-Tardif, OT
from McGill University
Classic Tom Cable offensive lineman: big, long, fast, quick, and nasty. The Seahawks have already had him in for a workout, and they're in the market for a RT with the potential to back up LT if Russell Okung has more injury woes. LDT is raw but absolutely has that ceiling.
5.06146Ryan Carrethers, DT
from Arkansas State
Brandon Mebane has played at a high level for a long time (in fact, he's the longest-tenured Seahawk), but there's a very real possibility this is his last year with the team. Carrethers may be the closest thing in the draft to him.
5.07147Crockett Gillmore, TE
from Colorado State
Once the Seahawks renegotiated Zach Miller's contract and re-signed Anthony McCoy, TE became much less of a need. Gillmore is fairly new to the position and he's already a solid blocker with upside, and a reliable possession TE. Could complement Luke Willson's dynamism quite nicely once Miller leaves.
5.24164Brett Smith, QB
from Wyoming
Surprise! Having a good QB doesn't mean you pass one up when he falls two or three rounds further than he should, as is the case here. I see no reason Brett Smith should last into the draft's third day, and I think the Seahawks would love the value here to keep him as a stable long-term backup for Russ.
5.32172Matt Patchan, OT
from Boston College
Talented athlete with health concerns and a variety of off-field issues that are the reason he's available here. If he can stay on the field, he should be a solid ZBS guard at the very least.
6.12188Louchiez Purifoy, CB
from Florida
6.32208John Urschel, OG
from Penn State
Max Unger's heir apparent.
7.05220Cassius Marsh, DE
from UCLA
7.24239Hakeem Smith, SS
from Louisville
Fuck yeah

Trade Details
Pick
5.06NFL: from Raiders for for Matt Flynn
2.05#MockOne: from Falcons for pick(s): 1.32
3.24#MockOne: from Bengals for pick(s): 3.11,7.26
5.07#MockOne: from Falcons for pick(s): 1.32
5.24#MockOne: from Bengals for pick(s): 3.11,7.26
6.12#MockOne: from Rams for pick(s): 2.32
7.05#MockOne: from Falcons for pick(s): 1.32
7.24#MockOne: from Bengals for pick(s): 3.11,7.26