April 29-May 1
April 29: 5 p.m.
April 30: 4 p.m.
May 1: 9 a.m.
Seahawks’ needs: CB, C, WR, OT
Traded 1 and 3 (and 2022 first & Bradley McDougald) to Jets for Jamal Adams (& 2022 fourth)
Traded 6 for TE Stephen Sullivan (2020 draft)
Traded 7 (and C B.J. Finney) to Cincy for DE Carlos Dunlap
Acquired 7 from Detroit for FS Quandre Diggs
Traded 5 to Las Vegas for OG Gabe Jackson
LB Zaven Collins, Tulsa (Round 1)
CB Greg Newsome, Northwestern (Round 1)
WR Rondale Moore, Purdue (Round 2)
CB Asante Samuel Jr., FSU (Round 2)
CB Robert Rochell, Central Arkansas (Round 2-3)
TE Brevin Jordan, Miami (Round 3)
DT Alim McNeill, N.C. State (Round 3-4)
LB Isaiah McDuffie, Boston College (Round 4-5)
WR Anthony Schwartz, Auburn (Round 4-5)
RB Javian Hawkins, Louisville (Round 4-5)
CB Trill Williams, Syracuse (Round 4-5)
WR Dax Milne, BYU (Day 3)
DT Darius Stills, West Virginia (Day 3)
WR Mike Strachan, Charleston (Day 3)
DT Tommy Togiai, Ohio State (Day 3)
LB John Rhattigan, Army (UDFA)
DE Max Roberts, Boston College (UDFA)
WR/KR Connor Wedington, Stanford (UDFA)
Key sources: Justin Melo of The Draft Network (@JustinM_NFL on Twitter), NFL Trade Rumors
BUZZ, RANKINGS & TOOLS
Seahawks Draft Blog by Rob Staton is a must-read for great draft info and Seahawks trends.
Staton’s TEF scores for offensive linemen are a great gauge of Seattle’s likely considerations. The 2021 draft has more explosive linemen than any draft in recent history.
Check out the news & rumors from Tony Pauline at Pro Football Network.
The “Locked on Seahawks” podcast with Colin Corbin and longtime draft guru Rob Rang offers some great analysis.
The Combine did not happen in 2021, but Indianapolis still hosted a “medical bubble” for prospect rechecks.
Rich Hill’s trade chart reflects the way teams have been valuing picks in recent years.
Grading John Schneider’s drafts by round and position.