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April 24, 2013 at 11:07 AM

Scouts Inc. full mock draft: Seahawks will use second-round pick on linebacker

Scouts Inc. released a seven-round mock draft, including all all 10 picks the Seahawks have at this time. The article is an ESPN Insider and therefore not available to everyone, but here are who the folks at Scouts Inc. have the Seahawks taking:

  • Second round, No. 56: Sio Moore, LB from Connecticut
  • Third round, No. 87: Bennie Logan, DT from LSU
  • Fourth round, No. 123: Daxton Swanson, CB from Sam Houston State
  • Fifth round, No. 138: Quanterus Smith, DE from Western Kentucky
  • Fifth round, No. 158: Tavarres King, WR from Georgia
  • Sixth round, No. 194: Tanner Hawkinson, OL from Kansas
  • Seventh round, No. 220: Ryan Otten, TE from San Jose State
  • Seventh round, No. 231: Jordan Rodgers, QB from Vanderbilt
  • Seventh round, No. 241: A.J. Klein, LB from Iowa State
  • Seventh round, No. 242: Keith Pough, LB from Howard

Thoughts: I don’t see any problems with this mock draft. Obviously, guessing which players a team will draft is like playing roulette. But I agree with the ideas behind the picks. The consensus is that the Seahawks could use help at linebacker, defensive tackle and along the right side of the offensive line — all areas addressed in this mock draft. I also like the addition of a wide receiver or two. Golden Tate will become a free agent after this season, and there has been some speculation that the team might part ways with Sidney Rice now that Percy Harvin is on board. A wide receiver could give the Seahawks more options, both for this year and moving forward.

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