You've asked for it -- demanded it, really -- so here it is: Time for the TNT's Great Draft Caper 2015.
Submit between now and we'll say 4 p.m. Pacific time Friday your prediction for how Seattle's 2015 draft will go. Player picks, any trades, put 'em down. The winner gets a prize to be determined, but it will be great. Say, something between an all-expenses-paid trip to Maui and a Seahawks bottle opener.
Here as your guide is the Seahawks' order of picks their league-high 11 picks:
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Seahawks have 11 picks:
2nd round (63rd overall)
3rd round (95th overall)
4th round (112th overall)
4th round (130th overall)
4th round (134th overall)
5th round (167th overall)
5th round (170th overall);
6th round (181st overall);
6th round (209th overall);
6th round (214th overall);
7th round (248th overall).
Again, deadline to submit here in the comments section of the blog: 7 p.m. PT tonight (Thursday). Some of you have already done one; re-submit 'em so we can have them all in one place.
And for pure entertainment value, here are my predictions. Would you be happy with these?:
2nd round (63rd overall): Devin Funchess, WR, Michigan
3rd round (move up to 80th overall in trade with Kansas City, for SEA's 4th round pick at 130th overall Saturday plus and a third-round pick in 2016): Ty Sambrailo, OT, Colorado State
3rd round (95th overall): Hroniss Grasu, C, Oregon
4th round (112th overall): Nate Orchard, OLB, Utah
4th round (134th overall): Joey Mbu, DT, Houston
5th round (167th overall): Eric Lefeld, OT, Cincinnati
5th round (170th overall): Nick Marshall, CB, Auburn
6th round (181st overall): Chaz Green, OT, Florida
6th round (209th overall): Vince Mayle, WR, Washington State
6th round (214th overall): Marcus Murphy, RB/KR, Missouri
7th round (248th overall): Darius Allen, OLB, Colorado State-Pueblo