Good morning. Here’s our annual first look at the 2013 NFL draft from a Seattle Seahawks perspective.
Once again, Rob Rang, senior draft analyst with NFLDraftScout.com, has been gracious enough to join me in this video looking at some of the prospects in this year’s draft who would make sense for the Seahawks in the first few rounds.
And thanks to our photo editor Joe Barrentine for putting together the video.
Rang and I identified defensive end, defensive tackle, outside linebacker, receiver and backup quarterback.
Some of the players Rang identified as potential fits for Seattle include:Alex Okafor, DE, TexasDatone Jones, DE, UCLAJesse Williams, DT, AlabamaJohn Jenkins, DT, GeorgiaKeenan Allan, WR, CaliforniaCordarelle Patterson, WR, TennesseeQuinton Patton, WR, Louisiana TechBrandon Williams, DT, Missouri Southern StateJustin Hunter, WR, TennesseeZach Ertz, TE, StanfordKhaseem Greene, OLB, Rutgers E.J. Manuel, QB, Florida StateMatt Scott, QB, ArizonaZac Dysert, QB, Miami (Ohio)