The Seahawks entered the 2020 NFL Draft with seven picks, and with a handful of trades throughout the three-day event, left with a total of eight new players from schools across the country.
Below, take a look at the team's 2020 NFL Draft class, coupled with links to Seahawks.com content surrounding each draft pick that you might have missed.
Brooks: "I see myself a lot as the same kind of build as Bobby Wagner. I think I bring aggressiveness, passion, toughness and discipline. Those are some of the things I pride myself on and are some of my core values that I take with me."
Taylor: "I think I'm really great in the pass rush. I have a really good long arm stab and I can use speed and power moves so I think I bring a lot to the table. I have power, I have speed."
Lewis: "I've been playing all three positions, left guard, center and right guard, my whole college career…I'm mean, nasty and tough, that's what I got. I don't take it from nobody."
Parkinson: "A very good pass catcher, someone that's going to go up and make every catch. Didn't have a drop last year on catchable balls. Something that I take very seriously; I make sure I'm always working on it. To be that consistent presence, especially at that tight end position, that the quarterback can depend on. He can throw the ball anywhere, and I can go up and get it."
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Dallas: "I'll do whatever. Honestly, I know the Seahawks running backs are physical, downhill runners, they have playmaking ability. Honestly, just trying to get in and compete with the rest of the pack. I'll do whatever. Whether that's receiver or special teams or running back. I'll do whatever and I'm excited for this opportunity."
Robinson: "One of the things I pride myself in most is my relentless competitiveness. Being a defensive lineman, you're going up against the same guy pretty much the whole game. It's you and that offensive tackle. Out of 10, I want to win 7. I know I was bred to believe that I can't always be the biggest, fastest, strongest, but working hard can overcome a lot of that."
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- WATCH: Alton Robinson College Highlights
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- WATCH: Alton Robinson Runs 40-Yard Dash At 2020 NFL Combine
- WATCH: Alton Robinson Conference Call
- WATCH: NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah Explains What Defensive End Alton Robinson Could Bring The Seahawks At No. 148 Pick
Swain: "I'm more of a slot guy. I'm not opposed to working outside. I bring a lot of energy. I play with passion. I just love to compete. When me and Coach Carroll talked on the phone he made a big emphasis on just competing when I get in Seattle…They have a lot of guys that just love to compete. I think I should fit in well."
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- WATCH: Freddie Swain Conference Call
Sullivan: "I'm willing to honestly fit anywhere. I'm willing to do anything the team needs. I can play receiver, I can play tight end. Whatever the team needs for me to help produce and win the game, I'm all for."