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Friday Round-Up:'s Four-Round Mock Draft Projects Trio Of Defenders To Seahawks draft analyst Chad Reuter thinks the Seahawks will go after a cornerback, pass rusher, and safety in the first four rounds.


Good morning, 12s.

Here's a look at what's 'out there' for today - Friday, March 29 - about your Seattle Seahawks:

Four-Round Mock Projects Cornerback, Edge Rusher & Safety To Seahawks draft analyst Chad Reuter goes deep with his most recent mock draft, projecting each pick through the annual selection process' first four rounds.

The Seahawks hold four picks in the 2019 NFL Draft; one in the first round (No. 21 overall), one in the third round (No. 82 overall), one in the fourth round (No. 124 overall), and one in the fifth round (No. 159 overall), so Reuter's exercise should be an attractive one for 12s. It is worth remembering, however, that general manager John Schneider has said he hopes the Seahawks will come out of the draft with more picks than they currently have, meaning the team could use its picks to trade for more selections.

But as it stands right now, the Seahawks own just those four picks, and here's who Reuter believes the club will take with its first three draft choices:

Round 1, Pick No. 21 overall: CB Byron Murphy, Washington

Reuter: Murphy stays in the Pacific Northwest to add ballhawking skills and toughness to the Seahawks' secondary.

Round 3, Pick No. 82 overall: DE L.J. Collier, TCU

Reuter: Collier would be a great fit in Seattle's scheme due to his power on the edge. It's possible he could last this long after putting up average athletic testing numbers at the combine.

Round 4, Pick No. 124 overall: S Malik Gant, Marshall

Reuter: Gant is a hard-charging downhill defender whose style of play (if not body type) should remind Seahawks fans of Kam Chancellor.

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