Round 3, 102nd overall: Taylor Moton, OT/G, Western Michigan
A road block at 6’5″, 320 lbs, Moton has started at guard and tackle for the explosive offense of the Western Michigan Broncos. He is a good drive blocker, which is exactly what the Seahawks need since they had a hard time moving people last season. He is a good fighter that is good at taking his defender out of the play. He really is everything the Seahawks want in a lineman, guard or tackle. He needs some work on his pass blocking but the Seahawks would like him for his run-blocking dominance. He’s a favorite pick in this Mock Draft.
Round 3, 106th overall: Larry Ogunjobi, DT, Charlotte
The Hawks could always use more guys to rush the passer. Jarran Reed and Ahtyba Rubin are more run-stuffers than pass rushers. That’s where Ogunjobi comes in. Ignore the level of competition. He man-handled guys in Conference USA. He has a big lower body and good center of gravity at 6’3″, 305 lbs. He is a good hand fighter and makes himself comfortable in the backfield. The Seahawks could use an interior pass rusher in this Mock Draft and Ogunjobi is that guy.