Round 2, 58th overall: Quincy Wilson, CB, Florida
It is well-documented that this draft is deep in the secondary. The Seahawks should use multiple picks to groom future Legion of Boom members. Wilson fits the mold of those taller corners Seattle likes. He is listed at 6’1″, 211 lbs. He competes and uses his strength to get physical with the receivers, just like Richard Sherman. He is a good tackler as well.
Florida has recently churned out some good defensive backs (Vernon Hargreaves, Janoris Jenkins, Joe Haden and Keanu Neal). Wilson fears nothing when coming in for a hit. He also can make a good play on the ball. Under the tutelage of Sherman, he can become a darn good corner.
Round 3, 90th overall: Ahkello Witherspoon, CB, Colorado
The Seahawks take another corner early. Witherspoon may be my favorite cornerback not in the first round of this draft. He is certainly the most Seahawk-esque player. He is almost the exact size of Richard Sherman at 6’3″, 198 lbs. He is long and lean. He has the wingspan to break up passes of receivers in front of him. He stuck it to John Ross in the PAC-12 Championship Game proving he can hang with elite speed despite his size.
He definitely has the swagger that the Legion of Boom seems to carry. He would fit right in. He will need to get better at run support as he doesn’t seem to be interested in sticking his nose into a runner. With some coaching, Witherspoon could be Robin to Sherman’s Batman for the next few years.