Seattle Seahawks Mock Draft Roundup 1.0
Throughout the year and leading up to the 2021 NFL draft, we will update our Seattle Seahawks Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Seattle Seahawks from several prominent sites and draft analysts.
The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Seahawks:
Pro Football Network - DiCecco (6/7)
22) Seattle Seahawks: Liam Eichenberg, OT Notre Dame
The Seahawks are in dire need of adding a young, developmental tackle, and they add one of the draft's most fluid movers at the position in Eichenberg. The 6-foot-6, 305-pounder started the past 26 games at left tackle for the Fighting Irish.
Fox Sports - McIntyre (6/7)
27. Seattle Seahawks -- Eric Stokes, DB, Georgia
The Seahawks drafted eight players in 2020, none in the secondary. In a division with Goff, Murray, and Jimmy G, you've constantly got to be adding secondary depth.
Walter Football (5/19)
25. Seattle Seahawks: Trey Smith, OT/G, Tennessee
Will the Seahawks finally add to their offensive line? Probably not, but Russell Wilson can hope, can't he?
Despite being a freshman, Trey Smith was arguably Tennessee's best player in 2017. He was considered a top prospect coming out of high school. He's drawn rave reviews from scouts and would be a top-five pick if he didn't have health concerns.
CBS Sports - Edwards (5/12)
26. Seattle Seahawks: Tyler Linderbaum, OL, Iowa
Linderbaum does a great job with his combo blocks and getting to the second level. He could leapfrog Humphrey as the draft's top center prospect.
CBS Sports - Trapasso (5/4)
20. Seattle Seahawks: Walker Little, OL, Stanford
Little was on track to be a first-round pick before injury hit in 2019. He has typical Stanford size and power.
PFF - Renner (4/30)
25. Seattle Seahawks -- OT Samuel Cosmi, Texas
Cosmi has posted back-to-back seasons with terrific pass protection grades at both right and left tackle for the Longhorns. This past season on the left side, he allowed only 14 pressures on 595 pass-blocking snaps. He needs to get a bit stronger and is likely why he returned to school for his redshirt junior season.
San Diego Union Tribune (4/29)
26. Seattle (20/1) -- Creed Humphrey, OL, Oklahoma
The second-team All-American didn't allow a sack his sophomore season and was a finalist for the Rimington Trophy (nation's top center).
SI - Hanson (4/27)
24. Seattle Seahawks: Israel Mukuamu, CB, South Carolina
Even Seattle typically drafts corners later, Mukuamu had four interceptions last season and is a long corner who would fit their prototype if they don't trade back. In addition, both Shaquill Griffin and Quinton Dunbar are scheduled to be free agents in 2021.
Bleacher Report - Miller (4/27)
19. Seattle Seahawks -- OG Trey Smith, Tennessee
The Seahawks went defense with their first two picks in the 2020 draft and then added a standout right guard out of LSU in Damien Lewis. Adding the best left guard in college football in the first round of the 2021 draft would give the Seahawks an interior offensive line the rest of the NFL would envy.
Trey Smith has overcome much since missing 2018 because of blood clots. His power, athleticism and ability to get to linebackers in the running game are awesome. Smith's medical history will have to be vetted, but his play is first-round-caliber.
SB Nation - Kadar (4/27)
24. Seattle Seahawks: Cade Mays, OL, Tennessee
A transfer from Georgia, Mays has experience up and down the line. Offensive line is a perennial need for Seattle, which could use another player to go with third-round pick Damien Lewis.
The Athletic - Brugler (4/27)
24. Seattle Seahawks -- DeVonta Smith, WR, Alabama
Smith is underwhelming from a size/strength perspective, but good luck containing him. He displays the instant speed to win off the line and mixes his gears to separate downfield. And his coaches say he has the best ball skills on the team.
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