Round 2 — DE Frank Clark, Michigan (63 overall)
Round 3 — WR/KR Tyler Lockett, Kansas State (69)
Round 4 — OL Terry Poole, San Diego State (130)
Round 4 — OG Mark Glowinski, West Virginia (134)
Round 5 — CB Tye Smith, Towson (170)
Round 6 — DE Obum Gwacham, Oregon State (209)
Round 6 — OL Kristjan Sokoli, Buffalo (214)
Round 7 — SS Ryan Murphy, Oregon State (248)
*Can’t trade comp picks: 134, 170, 209, 214
Projected comps for 2016: Rounds 3, 5, 6, 7
Traded Nos. 95, 112, 167, 181 to Washington for No. 69
—Traded first-round pick and C Max Unger to New Orleans for TE Jimmy Graham and No. 4
—Traded sixth-round pick to Indy for CB Marcus Burley
—Traded WR Percy Harvin to NY Jets for No. 6 (Seahawks could have had a No. 4 if the Jets had kept Harvin)
LS Nate Boyer, Texas
OT Jesse Davis, Idaho
WR Austin Hill, Arizona
SS Keenan Lambert, Norfolk State
SS Ronald Martin, LSU
LB Quayshawn Nealy, Georgia Tech
RB Thomas Rawls, Central Michigan
CB Trovon Reed, Auburn
LB Alex Singleton, Montana State
DE Tory Slater, West Georgia
RB Rod Smith, Ohio State
FS Triston Wade, Texas-San Antonio
OL, WR, DL, CB, RB, LB
As expected, the Hawks did not get good reviews for drafting Frank Clark. Larry Stone of The Seattle Times said the Seahawks “uncharacteristically and inexplicably misstepped.”
News Tribune beat writer Gregg Bell set aside all objectivity as he ranted against the pick.
Rob Staton breaks down Clark’s skills, which were first-round worthy.
Pete Carroll and John Schneider are such drama queens.
This draft class is full of intriguing personal drama.
The Hawks drafted three offensive linemen, but where will they play?
Check out Schneider’s 33 trades as Seattle GM.
Seahawks.com lists Three Things to Know about Clark (obviously the team’s website goes nowhere near his legal history).
Here are Three Things to Know about Tyler Lockett, whose dad played in Kansas City when John Schneider was director of pro personnel there.
In his Day 3 review, Rob Staton wonders if the Hawks will sign veteran C Chris Myers and whether Mark Glowinski is going to be groomed as J.R. Sweezy’s replacement.
Bob Condotta rounded up a bunch of analysts’ grades for the Hawks’ draft.
Draft season is never finished until the next year’s mocks come out. Dane Brugler slots Oklahoma State DE Emmanuel Ogbah to the Hawks.
RB Mike Davis, South Carolina
WR Chris Harper, Cal
WR Lemar Durant, Simon Fraser
WR Vince Mayle, WSU
WR/KR Ty Montgomery, Stanford
WR Ed Williams, Fort Hays State
WR Chris Conley, Georgia
WR Devin Funchess, Michigan
OL Ty Sambrailo, Colorado State
OL Robert Myers, Tennessee State
OT Laurence Gibson, Virginia Tech
OG Mark Glowinski, West Virginia
OL Terry Poole, San Diego State
OL Chaz Green, Florida
C Mike Marboe, Idaho
OT Jesse Davis, Idaho
DT Tory Slater, West Georgia
DL Kristjan Sokoli, Buffalo
DT David Irving, Iowa State
DT Christian Ringo, La.-Lafayette
DT Justin Hamilton, La.-Lafayette
DE/OLB Sam Wren, Oklahoma State
DE Mario Edwards, Florida State
DE Frank Clark, Michigan
DE Arthur Miley, Southern
LB Reshard Cliett, South Florida
LB Josh Shirley, UNLV
LB Darius Allen, Colorado State
CB Tray Walker, Texas Southern
S Damarious Randall, Arizona State
S Akeem King, San Jose State
NFLDraftScout.com’s list has analysis by Rob Rang, Dane Brugler and Derek Stephens.
NFL.com’s list includes analysis mostly from Lance Zierlein.
Tony Pauline (formerly of SI.com) puts together his own list at DraftInsider.net.