Tyler Lockett (2015-3rd round)
I have Tyler Lockett higher on this list than Metcalf because he has been a Seahawk for a longer amount of time and has been just as productive. While Metcalf set the record for Seattle receiving yards in 2020, Lockett set the record for the number of catches in a single year with 100.
Lockett hasn’t made a Pro Bowl since his rookie season of 2015 and he only made the Pro Bowl then as a kick and punt returner. I still wish that Lockett could play special teams for Seattle because he is extremely gifted doing so but he has become far too valuable as a receiver for Seattle to take a chance on him getting injured on the odd kick or punt return.
In 2020, Lockett had 100 catches for 1,054 yards. And in 2019 he had 1,057 yards receiving. Lockett has had 10 touchdowns receiving in two of the last three years. He is great as a slot receiver and he is good out wide.
Now that Lockett has played six seasons, this is where he ranks in Seahawks history:
Fifth in receiving yards (4,892)
Fourth in receiving touchdowns (37)
Seventh in catches (376)
Lockett will turn 29 during the 2021 season but is now signed through 2025 after the extension he signed this offseason. By the time he is done playing in Seattle he could very well rank as the second best receiver in Seattle history.