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Thursday Round-Up: Projecting The Seahawks' 2018 NFL Draft Picks Through The First 5 Rounds

Who will the Seahawks take with their current draft picks? makes some predictions.


(Photo above via Rick Tapia of AP)

Good afternoon, 12s.

Here's a look at what's "out there" for today — Thursday, April 5 — about your Seattle Seahawks:

​Projecting The Seahawks' Picks Through The First 5 Rounds

Chad Reuter of continued his 2018 NFL Draft preparation this week by projecting picks through the first five rounds in a new mock draft.

The Seahawks currently hold six selections in the first five rounds, but Reuter predicts Seattle will add another pick by making a trade with Carolina to obtain a selection in *Round 3. Here are the players he has slotted to the Seahawks in each round of their current selections along with the new one given by Reuter:

Round 1: Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa (No. 24 overall after projected trade with Carolina)
*Round 3: Shaquem Griffin, LB, Central Florida (No. 85 overall)
Round 4: DeShon Elliott, S, Texas (No. 120 overall)
Round 5: John Kelly, RB, Tennessee (No. 141 overall), Chris Herndon, TE, Miami (No. 146 overall), Kentavius Street, DE, N.C. State (No. 156 overall), Anthony Coyle, OT, Fordham (No. 168 overall)

Social Post Of The Day

Today's "Social Post of the Day" comes from us, the Seahawks, who shared this video of tight end Ed Dickson joining NFL Total Access yesterday:

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