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Seattle Seahawks 2016 NFL Draft Order

Find out where the Seahawks will pick with their nine total selections in the 2016 NFL Draft.

The NFL Communications office released a pick-by-pick look at the 2016 NFL Draft order on Tuesday, and after being awarded three compensatory picks earlier this month, the Seahawks hold nine selections in this year's draft set for April 28-30 in Chicago.

Below, check out a round-by-round breakdown of Seattle's nine picks, four of which fall within the top 100. Last year, the Seahawks traded their 2016 fifth-round pick to the Kansas City Chiefs in exchange for strong safety Kelcie McCray, sent their 2016 sixth-round pick to the Detroit Lions for cornerback Mohammed Seisay, and collected a 2016 seventh-round pick from the Dallas Cowboys for running back Christine Michael, who wound up rejoining the team late last season and re-signing with Seattle this offseason.

Round 1 | Pick 26 | No. 26 overall

Round 2 | Pick 25 | No. 56 overall

Round 3 | Pick 27 | No. 90 overall

Round 3 | Pick 35 | No. 97 overall*

Round 4 | Pick 26 | No. 124 overall

Round 5 | Pick 34 | No. 171 overall*

Round 6 | Pick 40 | No. 215 overall*

Round 7 | Pick 4 | No. 225 overall (from Dallas) 

Round 7 | Pick 26 | No. 247 overall

    • Compensatory Pick (compensatory picks cannot be traded)

The Seahawks could wind up adding or subtracting picks via trades either before or during the draft process. Last year, Seattle entered the draft with a League-high 11 picks, but came away with just eight players after trading three picks to the Washington Redskins to move up in the third round to select wide receiver Tyler Lockett, who went on to earn Pro Bowl and first-team All-Pro honors as a returner his rookie season.

The first round of the 2016 draft begins at 5 p.m. PT on Thursday, April 28.  The second and third rounds get going at 4 p.m. on Friday, April 29 followed by rounds four through seven at 9 a.m. on Saturday, April 30.

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