Draft a center
I would draft a center with the other of the two picks the Seahawks have in the first four rounds, after using one on a receiver. Then I would use the seventh round pick on what has become a completely unfashionable position in the NFL, a full back.
I had earlier advocated taking a red zone threat receiver with the seventh round pick, but greater analysis has convinced me that the Seahawks need to find a solution to the lack of a red zone threat on the ground.
The fact that the FB position is so out of fashion, leads me to believe that the Seahawks could get a really good one with this final pick.
If the Seahawks do find a buyer for their second round pick that would garner them one or two additional picks in the third and fourth rounds, then they would take that offer as I believe the players the Seahawks need to target at WR and center are third or fourth round picks rather than second round picks.
Best options at center
Rashawn Slater out of Northwestern is likely to be in the first half of round 1, and Trey Hill from Georgia early in round 2. Hill may also end up as a guard rather than center in the NFL.
After that, I see Landon Dickerson (Alabama) and Creed Humphrey (Oklahoma) going in the second round. Followed by Alec Lindstrom (Boston College) and possibly Josh Myers (Ohio State) in their round. Although Myers could well be a round four selection in the end.
So option 1 is to stick with the second round pick at 56 and take Dickerson or Humphrey if they are still available.
Another added dimension to this pick at 56, is that is directly in front of divisional rivals the Rams first pick in this draft at 57, and they need a center more than the Seahawks do. So taking a center here, would improve the Seahawks and potentially hurt the Rams at the same time.
Option 2 would be to trade the pick away, for additional third and fourth round picks then take Lindstrom or Myers with one of those picks
Option 3 is to just take Myers with the existing fourth round pick at 129. There is an element of a gamble in this as he may go before that pick.
But this is why war rooms exist, to judge what other teams are going to do and therefore strategize accordingly. If Myers was off the board, Jimmy Morrissey out of Pittsburgh is not a bad alternative. I personally think Myers is the best run blocker of the four likely to be available to the Seahawks and would therefore see him as the best fit in Seattle.