2014 NFL Draft: Post-draft grades for all 9 Seahawks picks

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Sept. 22, 2012; Pasadena, CA, USA; UCLA Bruins defensive end Cassius Marsh (99) and Oregon State Beavers offensive tackle Michael Philipp (77) battle during the first quarter of the game at the Rose Bowl. Mandatory Credit: Jayne Kamin-Oncea-USA TODAY Sports

Now that the 2014 NFL Draft is over, it’s time to reflect on each pick and see which players have a chance to make the Seahawks, and which players should have been passed on by Seattle.

These are the 2014 NFL Draft grades.

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  • scott

    mitch they went LB as Malcom smith will be off contract next year so will KJ wright. The following year is wagner. Do your homework. they cant pay all these guys

  • Johnny

    I liked the Kevin Pierre-Louis pick don’t know why you gave it a C- grade…. Pierre-Louis fits the Malcolm Smith role in this defense he can play both sides and there is no guarantees we can keep Smith after this year Wright, Wagner and Irvin would come first with new contracts before Smith…

  • Peter Smith

    Not only what has already been mentioned about Pierre-Louis, but the kid looks like a stud anyway! I could see him win a starting LB job out of pre-season… I mean we use system players at LB… its not like he has to win a job away from Urlacher. He will have to learn a lot and prove his worth, but the SB MVP award aside, he may be able to win a job over Malcom Smith.