2014 NFL Draft: Seahawks 5 biggest draft needs
3. Wide Receiver
Nov 1, 2013; Corvallis, OR, USA; Oregon State Beavers wide receiver Brandin Cooks (7) races down the sideline against USC Trojans safety Leon McQuay III (22) in the second half at Reser Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jaime Valdez-USA TODAY Sports
Seattle could certainly use another receiver but that doesn’t mean they absolutely need another one. After Sidney Rice signed with the Seahawks last month, the wide receiver position became a little less of a priority for the Seahawks in the draft. On the flip side, Rice and Percy Harvin are both injury-prone so it would make sense for the Seahawks to use their second round pick on a receiver that could compete with Ricardo Lockette, Bryan Walters and Chris Matthews as a No. 5 or 6 receiver on the team. If Seattle gets really lucky, they may find a diamond-in-the-rough receiver who shines like Jermaine Kearse did last season.