Rashad Weaver, Pittsburgh
What sets Rashad Weaver apart is his motor and his intelligence. He isn’t going to blow anybody away with a 40 time but he also is willing to outwork and outthink people. Weaver has lots of different rush moves and seems to know when and how to apply them.
Weaver will be a pure defensive end as he is 6’4″ and 265 pounds but has basically filled out his frame and won’t likely gain much in the pros.
Dayo Odeyingbo, Vanderbilt
Unfortunately for Dayo Odeyingbo he played on some terrible teams at Vanderbilt. But against very good SEC competition and being one of the few focal points for opposing offensive coordinators to game plan against, Odeyingbo still had 5.5 sacks in 2020 and had 12 tackles-for-loss in 2019.
Odeyingbo has great size and strength at 6’6″ and 280 pounds and could also be a player in the Michael Bennett mold. If he is still around when the Seahawks pick in round two, Odeyingbo would be a natural fit in Seattle and Seattle should take him.
Joe Tryon, Washington
I always like it when the Seahawks take University of Washington guys. Most of them seem to work out well enough with Seattle and the Huskies have produced a lot of good NFL players in recent years. Joe Tryon could simply be another good player.
Tryon did opt-out of playing in 2020, though, and has a limited amount of tape for teams to scout him with. In 2019 he did produce 8 sacks in 13 games, however. He is 6’5″ and 255 pounds but can add more weight if needed. His athleticism is fantastic and he should make some kind of positive impact in his rookie year.