The Seattle Seahawks use their pre-draft visits to focus on potential undrafted free agents they’d like to bring into camp. The visits also provide a blueprint for the type of players Seattle may be looking for in the upcoming draft or in free agency.
Teams can have up to 30 players in for pre-draft visits. In addition to that, teams can also have a local day for Seattle-Tacoma area prospects. The Seahawks had their local day on April 3, and I’m still working to confirm all 17 players that visited the team’s facility.
So the following is a list of players and the source that confirmed they have or will visit Seattle. I also listed players the team has worked out away from the facility. If you see others that I have missed add them to the comments section, and I will continue to update the list leading up to the draft.
Michael Brooks, East Carolina, DT Source: Scout.com. At 6-3 and 294 pounds, can play both defensive tackle and defensive end.
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Mike Catapano, Princeton, DE Source: College2Pro.com. At nearly 6-4 and 271 pounds, Catapano projects as a Leo for the Seahawks. He bench pressed 225 pounds 33 times and ran at 4.75-second, 40-yard dash at his pro day.
Stefan Charles, Regina, DT Source: Scout.com. At 6-5 and 310 pounds, the Ontario, Canada native projects as a pass-rushing defensive tackle for Seattle.
B.J. Daniels, QB, University of Southern Florida Source: Twitter. At 6-foot and 217 pounds, Daniels can run some of the read option stuff Seattle leaned on last year. Seahawks reportedly had a private workout with Daniels.
Zac Dysert, QB, Miami (Ohio) Source: Twitter. At 6-4 and 228 pounds, plays physical like the fellow Redhawk product Ben Roethlisberger. Seahawks reportedly watched him workout in Ohio this week.
Nicholas Edwards, Eastern Washington, WR Source: Agent. At 6-3 and 204 pounds, the Tacoma native attended Seattle’s local pro day.
Justin Glenn, Washington, S Source: Seahawks.com At 5-11 and 214 pounds, has the size and speed to be a rangy free safety at the next level.
Tyrone Goard, Eastern Kentucky WR Source: Agent. At 6-4 and 192 pounds, Goard’s a big receiver who could pose matchup problems on the perimeter of the defense.
Jeremy Harris, New Mexico State, CB Source: Twitter. At 6-2 and 205 pounds, the Los Angeles native fits Seattle’s profile for press corners.
Greg Herd, Eastern Washington, WR Source: Agent. At 6-3 and 200 pounds, the Tacoma native is a big, fast target who can run with it after the catch.
Ryan Jensen, Colorado State-Pueblo, OL Source: Denver Post. At 6-3 and 317 pounds, projects as a guard at the next level, although he played four seasons in college at left tackle.
Rufus Johnson, Tarleton State, DE Source: NFL.com. At 6-4 and 266 pounds, Johnson projects as a Leo at the next level.
Tyrann Mathieu, LSU, DB Source: NFL.com. At 5-9 and 186 pounds, “The Honey Badger” could be mentored by talented slot defender Antoine Winfield.
Martel Moore, Northern Illinois, WR Source: Chicago Sun-Times. At 6-0 and 183 pounds, Moore finished with 75 catches for 1,083 yards and 13 touchdowns his senior season for the Huskies.
Dontra Peters, New Hampshire, CB Source: Annapolis Capital-Gazette. The 5-11, 203-pound defensive back worked out for a Seahawks scout last week.
Ryan Robertson, Central Washington, QB Source: Twitter. At 6-4 and 202 pounds, the Eastlake High grad worked out at the team’s facility at Seattle’s local pro day.
Isaac Remington, Oregon, DT Twitter. At 6-6 and 305 pounds, projects as a backup for Red Bryant at 5-tech.
Matt Scott, QB, Arizona Source: Twitter. Scott worked out for Seahawks quarterbacks coach Carl Smith two weeks ago in California.
Quinn Sharp, K/P, Oklahoma State Source: Draft Insider. Worked out privately for Seattle last week.
Russell Shepherd, LSU, WR Source: Twitter. The 6-1, 195-pound receiver finished with 58 receptions for 565 yards and 6 TDs in 2012.
Semisi Tokolahi, Washington, DT Source: Twitter. At 6-2 and 340 pounds, Tokolahi participated in Seattle’s local pro day.
Justin Veltung, Idaho, WR Source: Seahawks.com The 5-11, 183-pound Puyallup High product participated in the Seahawks local pro day.
Anthony Watkins, Oregon State, DB Source: Seahawks.com. A 6-1, 217-pound safety who finished with 44 tackles and an interception for the Beavers in 2012. Brian Watkins, Oregon State, DB Source: Seahawks.com A 5-9, 185-pound cornerback.
Craig Wilkins, Old Dominion, LBDuke Williams, Nevada, SMichael Williams, Alabama, TEJeremy Wright, Louisville, RB