Ask and you shall receive. Some folks in the comment section thought it would be interesting if we put together a Seahawks mock draft, attempting to predict who the Seahawks might take with the team's 10 picks, and I agree.
So here's my attempt to predict who Seattle might select this weekend. Post your own mock draft in the comments section down below, and I'll throw them on an excel spreadsheet and announce the winner on Monday. Again, one per customer please.
I'll post my updated, first-round mock draft on Friday. And later today I'll have a report on Seahawks GM Tim Ruskell's pre-draft press conference.
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Seahawks 2009 Draft
First round (4th overall) – LB Aaron Curry, 6-2, 254, Wake Forest
Comment: The safest pick in the draft and he fits a need. Curry can come in, play right away and start earning that huge contract he'll receive.
Second round (37th overall) – OT William Beatty, 6-6, 307, Connecticut
Comment: An athletic prospect that can get to the second level of the defense in run blocking. Seahawks can get him in and give him some time to develop. They also could take a receiver like Brian Robiskie or Kenny Britt here.
Third round (68th overall) – RB Rashad Jennings, 6-1, 231, Liberty
Comment: A big back with speed and would serve as a nice complement to Seattle's running game. Could be a bit high here.
Fourth round (105th overall) – S Michael Hamlin, 6-2, 214, Clemson
Comment: An athletic, physical player who finished with 19 career interceptions.
Fifth round (137th overall) – WR Brandon Gibson, 6-0, 200, Washington State
Comment: With polished route-running skills and good hands, he should fit team's West Coast scheme.
Sixth round (178th overall) – DB Don Carey, 5-11, 192, Norfolk State
Comment: A physical corner and four-year starter who would fit Seattle's cover-2 schem.
Seventh Round (213 overall) – DE Stryker Sulak, 6-5, 251, Missouri
Comment: Could develop into a decent pass rush specialist.
OG Ray Feinga, BYU
WR Quan Cosby, Texas
QB Graham Harrell, Texas Tech