How will the Seahawks' draft go? Will they make their usual first-round trade down? How many picks will they get? And what unknowns are the Seahawks targeting? Here are some predictions for the 2018 NFL draft.
Seahawks coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider have fewer names to choose from on their board this week. It's the result of Seattle's return to the basics of athleticism, motivation and sterner vetting to avoid recent draft mistakes.
Born with only one hand, Shaquem Griffin, brother of Seahawks cornerback Shaquill, has spent a lifetime proving his doubters wrong. He plans to do the same in the NFL. Seattle reportedly has a strong interest.
Linemen from big schools in the top half of recent drafts haven't worked for Seattle. So what about small-school, late-round prospect Alex Cappa from... Humboldt State? New Seahawks offensive line coach Mike Solari brings a different approach than the departed Tom Cable, too.
The Seahawks have questions at four of their five spots on the offensive line which means more guards and tackles could be taken at next week's NFL draft. New coach Mike Solari also brings a new approach to drafting linemen. Potential targets include Brett Toth of Army, Alex Cappa of Humboldt State.