Another draft is in the books and the Seattle Seahawks have made their final selections. The team started with six picks, ended with nine, and selected from a number of position groups.
In the end, this is what the Seahawks selected:
Second round: 13 (45) – Paul Richardson, Wide Receiver, Colorado
Second round: 32 (64) – Justin Britt, Offensive Tackle, Missouri
Fourth round: 8 (108) – Cassius Marsh, Defensive End, UCLA
Fourth round: 23 (123) – Kevin Norwood, Wide Receiver, Alabama
Fourth round: 32 (132) – Kevin Pierre-Louis, Outside Linebacker, Boston College
Fifth round: 32 (172) – Jimmy Staten, Defensive Tackle, Middle Tennessee State
Sixth round: 23 (199) – Garrett Scott, Offensive Tackle, Marshall
Sixth round: 32 (208) – Eric Pinkins, Free Safety, San Diego State
Seventh round: 12 (227) – Kiero Small, Running Back, Arkansas
The Seahawks loaded up on wide receivers and offensive linemen, which were areas of need. Some picks are going to be seen as “value” selections. As in past drafts, there are also likely to be some critics that suggest the Seahawks may have been reaching on one or two choices.
We won’t really know the value of this draft for several years, but it is still interesting to speculate on whether the team made good decisions in the moment. Therefore, answer this poll for us:
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