One interesting fact about every Seahawks UDFA
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These players were not drafted, but they signed with the Seahawks and carry significantly more value than the average UDFA because Seattle only picked three players. These rookies have a real opportunity to stand out this summer and fall.
UL-Monroe RB Josh Johnson
One of the positive side effects of the internet: you can watch a one-hour podcast of Josh Johnson breaking down plays from his 1,298 season in 2019:
Florida State WR Tamorrion Terry
In 2019, Terry averaged 58 yards per catch on his nine touchdowns receptions that year. He had five touchdowns of 70+ yards in college.
Canadian OL Pierre-Oliver Lestage
Lestage is ranked as the seventh-best prospect in the upcoming CFL draft and he can snap the ball with either hand.
“I know I’m a good player,” he said. “I’ve been playing a long time now and I’ve been training hard. I don’t think there will be a problem. I’ll just go there and try to show them what I can do, what kind of player I am, what kind of person and worker I am. I’ll go there trying to make a name for myself. I’m pretty sure I’ll be all right.”
North Carolina Central University CB Bryan Mills
Once had three interceptions in a single game, two of them saving touchdowns.
FAU RB B.J. Emmons
One of the top-ranked running back recruits in the nation in 2016, committing to Alabama. Emmons rushed for over 6,500 yards and 101 touchdowns in three years of high school football. Adrian Peterson follows him on Instagram.
South Dakota State WR Cade Johnson
The headline player in USA Today’s article on “the best undrafted free agents of 2021.”
He’s slippery, with “Wacky WallWalker” arms and sticky hands.
Stanford WR Connor Wedington
The News Tribune’s All-Area player of the year in 2016. Decommitted from Washington to Stanford.
Army LB Jon Rhattigan
Played at Army and his nickname is “Jonny Nation” because of his love for geography.
Cal OT Jake Curhan
Had a streak of 39 consecutive starts in college put to a halt by COVID protocols.
Mississippi State OT Greg Eiland
He’s 6’8 and yet he played guard for head coach Mike Leach at Mississippi State last season.
Virginia Tech DT Jarrod Hewitt
Was a co-captain for the Hokies and he was named the “team’s most outstanding athlete in the weight room” last year.
Texas A&M OL Jared Hocker
Only a handful of players in NFL history have had 11” hands. If Hocker makes the NFL, he’ll be the next.
Seahawks wanted to “win” undrafted free agency. This group has a shot to do that.