Seattle trades #18 with Buffalo for Buffalo’s #21 and second round pick (#56), then trades back again from #21 with New Orleans for their pick #27 and third rounder (91 overall)
That gives Seattle 10 picks total with a pick in each of the first 4 rounds along with 3 picks in the 5th round and 3 in the 7th round.
Round 1 pick 27 – Isaiah Wynn – G
An instant starter at LG and has potential to be Zack Martin 2.0, addresses Seattle’s arguably biggest need early.
Round 2 – Ronald Jones II – RB
Seattle takes a slightly different approach to their typical RB style and goes for Jones II, a combination of Chris Carson and Ronald Jones II has potential to be legendary
Round 3 – Duke Ejiofor – DE
Great natural strength, a prospect that could have a really high ceiling that would add to Seattle’s pass rush
Round 4 – Shaquem Griffin – OLB
Potentially will already be off the board when the draft rolls round, but picking him up in the 4th is a no brainer.
Round 5 – Jessie Bates III – FS
Jessie Bates III and Seattle have already been linked and for good reason, he’s a fantastic playmaker.
Round 5 – Troy Fumagalli – TE
Tall but thin legs. A versatile TE who can block and pass. He doesn’t get his blocks done through pure strength and athleticism, he gets it done through pure effort and desire.
Round 5 – Allen Lazard – WR
Seattle gets a big bodied receiver with great upside who can work the middle of the field as well as the end zone. Could easily replace some of Jimmy Graham’s red zone efficiency
Round 7 – Michael Badgley – K
Seattle gets one of the better kickers in this draft class.
Round 7 – Jamurcus King – CB
Seattle adds a late round prospect as they always do at CB, King is a pretty good fit for Seattle with his size
Round 7 – Jake Campos – OT
The team adds depth at tackle and Campos sits and learns the position behind new OL coach Mike Solari