Seahawks Mock Draft: 2 scenarios
How Seattle's first pick impacts their second pick: 4/16/2023
The Seattle Seahawks hold picks 5 and 20 in the upcoming NFL Draft and I’m officially in the mood to start getting into the weeds of what I believe fans can expect to happen on April 27th. Last week, I started a mock draft with the first 10 picks and said I would return to run off the next 10 picks to evaluate how I think the Seahawks would respond if the board fell that way.
It’s time to keep going, but I will run off TWO different scenarios for you this time and FOUR different prospects that make sense for Seattle.
In the last mock draft, I had Jalen Carter off of the board already so that’s why he wasn’t available to the Seahawks at pick five. I wanted to see what a draft class could look like if Pete Carroll decided to pick the grittiest, most violent, highest football character in the top-five so that’s why I selected Devon Witherspoon with their first pick in the last mock draft.
This time though, when we get to pick 20, I’ll give you two options for the choice: One is if Seattle had picked Witherspoon to open the draft and the other is if Seattle had picked Carter to open the draft. Let’s see how the Seahawks first pick could impact their second pick.
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