2022 draft

April 28-30
April 28: 5 p.m.
April 29: 4 p.m.
April 30: 9 a.m.

Seahawks’ needs: OT, CB, C, RB, LB

DRAFT PICKS
1 (9) — LT Charles Cross, Mississippi State
2 (40) — OLB Boye Mafe, Minnesota
2 (41) — RB Ken Walker III, Michigan State
3 (72) — RT Abe Lucas, Washington State
4 (109) — CB Coby Bryant, Cincinnati
5 (153) — CB Tariq Woolen, UTSA
5 (158) — OLB Tyreke Smith, Ohio State
7 (229) — WR Bo Melton, Rutgers
7 (233) — WR Dareke Young, Lenoir-Rhyne

TRADES
Traded 1 to NYJ for SS Jamal Adams & 4
Traded 6 to JAX for CB Sidney Jones
Acquired 1, 2, 5 from DEN for QB Russell Wilson & 4
Traded 145 to KC for 158 & 233

2023 PICKS
1, 1, 2, 2, 3, 4, 5, 5, 6, 7
Acquired 5 from Pittsburgh for CB Ahkello Witherspoon
Acquired 1 & 2 from Denver for QB Russell Wilson

RANKINGS & TOOLS
Here is a five-round composite Big Board (compiled by The Athletic from 50 analysts and sites). NFL Mock Draft Database also has a running consensus board (based on big boards and mock drafts).

If you subscribe to The Athletic, Dane Brugler’s BEAST draft preview has all of the info you could possibly need.

The “Locked on Seahawks” podcast with Colin Corbin and longtime draft guru Rob Rang offers some great analysis.

Two other great lists for reference we have often used are Lance Zierlein’s at NFL.com and Tony Pauline’s at Pro Football Network.

The draft order and rookie pools are handy at Over The Cap.

Rich Hill’s trade chart reflects the way many teams have been valuing picks in recent years.

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