Chad Reuter of NFL.com takes on the ambitious project of putting together a seven-round mock with just a day left before this year’s draft.
It’s an interesting list for the Seattle Seahawks, with Reuter selecting South Carolina DE/LB Melvin Ingram in the first round at No. 12.
The Seahawk Insider 7-round mock draft contest will begin this afternoon.
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And here are the full results of Seattle’s selections.
1 (12) Melvin Ingram, DE, South Carolina2 (43) Bobby Wagner, LB, Utah State3 (75) Orson Charles, TE, Georgia4 (106) George Iloka, S, Boise State6 (181) Donnie Fletcher, CB, Boston College7 (225) Chandler Harnish, QB, Northern Illinois
Peter Schrager of Fox Sports also puts together a seven-round mock draft, and Melvin Ingram is slowly becoming the consensus choice for Seattle.
Ian Rapoport of NFL.com writes that the Seahawks are prepared to trade down if the right deal comes their way.
Clare Farnsworth of Seahawks.com catches up with new linebacker Barrett Ruud.
More Farnsworth: This year’s linebackers’ class comes in many different shapes and sizes.
Danny O’Neil of the Seattle Times notes that Pete Carroll hasn’t drafted a lot of USC players since he’s been in Seattle.
Tim Booth of the Associated Press writes that the Seahawks are once again looking for late-round value in the draft.
Rob Rang of NFLDraftScout.com gives us his final big board, ranking the top 100 prospects in the draft. Interesting read.
Don Banks of Sports Illustrated offers an interesting list of diamond in the rough prospects that have piqued teams interest as possible late-round selections.
Derek Stephens of ScoutTheDraft.com lists Oklahoma receiver Ryan Broyles as one his five underrated offensive players in the draft.
For those who you who do not like mock drafts (yes Dukeshire, I’m talking to you), Gregg Eastebrook of ESPN has his annual mock draft mockery, with Kate Upton has his first choice for the Indianapolis Colts because they could use a little sex appeal.