The Seahawks signed cornerback Tre Brown on Friday, and with receiver D'Wayne Eskridge and tackle Stone Forsythe signing their rookie deals last week, Seattle's 2021 draft class is now under contract.
Brown, a fourth-round pick out of Oklahoma, is expected to compete for an outside cornerback spot, and kicked off his Seahawks career at last weekend's rookie minicamp.
"(Friday) he did a really nice job of demonstrating that he understands how the game works in that he stayed on top on everything," Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said after the second day of rookie minicamp. "He was in the right spots. He looked very comfortable, he looked very fast, very speedy out there staying with everybody that we ran at him. I'm anxious to see (Saturday's film), because we just gave him some more looks and some more things to do, but he looks like he's going to be a real competitive player. He made a couple plays out here today that did catch my eye. He's very burst-y and looks like he's going to take his shots and be an aggressive corner. That's what he showed in college, and he showed it out here in the couple spots I saw today."