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Seahawks 2021 Mock Draft Tracker

A look at who the experts think the Seahawks could select in the 2021 NFL Draft. 

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A general view of the 2021 NFL Draft logo, Tuesday, April 27, 2021, in Cleveland. The 2021 NFL Draft will be held April 29-May 1. (AP Photo/Steve Luciano)

The 2021 NFL Draft is almost here, but before things get going on Thursday, let's take a look at some mock drafts to see which players the experts think could be headed to Seattle. Without a first-round pick, the Seahawks haven't shown up in the majority of mocks, but with the draft rapidly approaching, more multi-round mocks have come out in the past week, so with that we offer a 2021 Seahawks mock draft tracker:

  • Round 2, Pick No. 56: North Dakota State OT/G Dillon Radunz

Condotta's comment: When John Schneider attended NDSU's Pro Day, he may not have only been scouting Trey Lance and talking to the Bears about a trade for Russell Wilson, he was also surely taking a good look at Radunz. Radunz may need some time to develop, which makes him the perfect player to draft and let sit for a year behind Duane Brown and Brandon Shell — each of whom have just one year left on their contracts — and then ascend to a starting role in 2022.

  • Round 2, Pick No. 56: Syracuse CB Ifeatu Melifonwu

Stone's comment: At 6-foot-2, 212 pounds, Melifonwu is exactly the type of long, rangy, athletic cornerback that Pete Carroll covets. Couple that with the Seahawks' obvious need at the position and he's a logical pick if still available.

  • Round 2, Pick No. 56: Purdue WR Rondale Moore

Jude's comment: He is only 5-7 and 181 pounds, but spend two minutes watching his highlight tape and you'll see Moore's potential to help any NFL offense. The Seahawks need a third receiver, and Moore would be an ideal fit. With his versatility and speed, he flashes as a mix of Tyler Lockett and Golden Tate.

  • Round 2, Pick No. 56: Clemson OT Jackson Carman

Calkins' comment: At 6-foot-5, 345 pounds, Carman is a giant even when standing next to other offensive linemen. He protected Trevor Lawrence during his three years at Clemson. Could he help protect the frustrated Russell Wilson, who's taken more sacks than any other quarterback since entering the NFL?

  • Round 2, Pick No. 56: Texas OL Samuel Cosmi

Rang's comment: A three-year starter at left tackle who some see as a better fit inside, Cosmi would give Seattle much-needed youth, flexibility and durability upfront.

  • Round 2, Pick No. 56: Georgia CB Tyson Campbell
  • Round 5, Pick No. 129: Oklahoma State WR Tylan Wallace
  • Round 7, Pick No. 250: Western Michigan OT Jaylon Moore

Bell proposes a trade back that leaves the Seahawks with six picks.

  • Round 3, Pick No. 70: Central Arkansas CB Robert Rochell
  • Round 4, Pick No. 123: Michigan WR Nico Collins
  • Round 4, Pick No. 129: Virginia LB Charles Snowden
  • Round 4, Pick No. 150: DT Osa Odighizuwa, UCLA
  • Round 7, Pick No. 240: Louisiana RB Trey Ragas
  • Round 7, Pick No. 250: Charleston WR Michael Strachan
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  • Round 2, Pick No. 56: Miami DE Gregory Rousseau

McShay's comment: We got one pick for Seattle in the first three rounds. Rousseau's pro day left a little to be desired, but he had 15.5 sacks in 2019 before opting out in 2020. He just needs some refining.

  • Round 2, Pick No. 56: Texas edge rusher Joseph Ossai
  • Round 2, Pick No. 56: Syracuse CB Ifeatu Melifonwu
  • Round 5, Pick No. 129: Western Michigan OT Jaylon Moore
  • Round 7, Pick No. 250: UAB WR Austin Watkins Jr.
  • Round 2, Pick No. 56: Alabama OT Alex Leatherwood

Iyer's comment: The Seahawks need to upgrade at right tackle and Leatherwood can be a powerful run blocker for them for many years to come.

  • Round 5, Pick No. 129: Oklahoma edge rusher Ronnie Perkins
  • Round 7, Pick No. 250: Houston WR Marquez Stevenson

Smith proposes multiple trades that give the Seahawks seven picks.

  • Round 3, Pick No. 75: Illinois G/C Kendrick Green
  • Round 3, Pick No. 99: Stanford CB Paulson Adebo
  • Round 4, Pick No. 144: Pittsburgh DT Jaylen Twyman
  • Round 5, Pick No. 192: Arizona State WR Frank Darby
  • Round 7, Pick No. 207: Pittsburgh CB Jason Pinnock
  • Round 7, Pick No. 224: Iowa State RB Kene Nwangwu
  • Round 7, Pick No. 250: Kanas State edge rusher Wyatt Hubert

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