The NFL set the full order of picks for the 2022 draft, and the Seahawks currently hold eight picks, including three in the top 41 and four in the top 72.
Due to the trade that sent Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos, the Seahawks hold the No. 9 overall picks, as well as Denver's second rounder, No. 40 overall, in addition to their original second-round pick, No. 41 overall.
The No. 9 pick is the Seahawks highest since 2010 when they had the No. 6 overall pick, which they used on left tackle Russell Okung. This is also the first time the Seahawks have held three picks inside the top 50 since 2001 when they took Koren Robinson and Steve Hutchinson in the first round and Ken Lucas on the second (40th overall).
In addition to the picks they received from Denver, the Seahawks also added a fourth-round pick from the Jets as part of the Jamal Adams trade, and sent this year's first-round pick, No. 10 overall, to the Jets. The Seahawks sent their fourth-rounder to Denver as part of the Wilson trade while getting back a fifth-round pick. Seattle is also without a sixth-round pick having traded that to the Jaguars for cornerback Sidney Jones IV. This year's NFL Draft will take place on April 28-30 in Las Vegas.
In all, the Seahawks will head into the draft with eight picks:
- Round 1, No. 9 overall (from Broncos)
- Round 2, No. 40 overall (from Broncos)
- Round 2, No. 41 overall
- Round 3, No. 72 overall
- Round 4, No. 109 overall (from Jets)
- Round 5, No. 145 overall (from Broncos)
- Round 5, No. 153 overall
- Round 7, No. 229 overall