7 Round Seahawk Mock on WTFP

With the First Pick, another Fansided Site that’s dedicated to the draft, has put together a 7 round mock draft for the Seahawks that I’d thought I’d pass along and share.

12th overall: Melvin Ingram, OLB, South Carolina

I’m not a huge fan of Ingram, I know he can drop back and cover as a 34 OLB, but I worry about his arm length and overall height. Ingram though is still a first round talent. There’s a growing belief that the Seahawks will go for a DE/OLB pass rusher combo in the first round-usually Courtney Upshaw or Ingram.

2nd round 43rd overall: Kevin Zeitler, G, Wisconsin

The Seahawks released Robert Gallery and now have a need along the interior of their offensive line. Zeitler is one of many early round guard draft picks who could start day one in the N.F.L. Zeitler is a solid, non-splashy player.

November 26, 2011; Columbia, SC, USA; South Carolina Gamecocks defensive end Melvin Ingram (6) celebrates with fans following their win over the Clemson Tigers at Williams-Brice Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jeff Blake-US PRESSWIRE

check out the link above for the rest of the draft.

I’m not a huge fan of this draft, but I also can’t find any major fault with it. Jesse has done a good job identifying players that match the Seahawk’s needs.

The one pick that I really don’t like is the 7th rounder. I’m not sure why the Seahawks would pick a worthless QB prospect when they already have Josh Portis. Seems like a waste of a pick to me, but John Schneider did say he would like a QB every year.

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