“I think it’s going to be a hell of a class.” — John Schneider, after adding five players in the first two days of the draft.
For the first time since 2010, the Seahawks did not do anything offbeat — and it looks like it could turn out to be their best draft in four years.
The Seahawks like to point out that their grading system is not the same as the rest of the league, but this time most of their picks matched projections — and they got some great value as they filled holes on both lines and added depth at running back and tight end.
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The Seahawks are poised for a big day — one that should satisfy a couple of needs and possibly bring a couple of so-called luxury picks.
The Hawks are one of four teams with four picks today — set up to dominate the tail end of the day, with three picks in the final nine.
Pete Carroll called it “the meat part of this draft,” and John Schneider said, “It’s going to be a blast.”
“It’s huge — huge for us picking three times in the third round,” Schneider said. “We pick at 56 tomorrow, and then we have nine more picks, so that’s really exciting for us. … We feel like it’s a solid draft all the way through.”
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It figures that a guy named Lynch had a lot to do with the Seahawks winning big on the first day of the NFL draft.
Marshawn is retired (we think), but Paxton is just coming into the league, and the Seahawks took advantage of that and an unexpected first-round development to end up with a double win.
While they didn’t move out of the first round for the fourth straight year, as it seemed they would, they did better: They traded down just five spots and added another third-round pick while helping their offensive line with Texas A&M’s Germain Ifedi.
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