Round 4, Pick 109 (via NYJ)
Dominique Robinson has been climbing up draft boards recently. Despite being considered undersized, he has a high ceiling and would certainly justify being selected in the 4th round. His speed can help contribute to the newly formed 3-4 defense in Seattle. His explosiveness and excellent hand movement will allow him to be a rotational piece early on. The former wideout transitioned into edge rusher is right up the sleeve of Pete Carroll and John Schneider.
Round 5, Pick 152 (via DEN)
One of the more athletic and versatile safeties in this draft, Tycen Anderson would be a great get in the 5th round. Given the injury history of Jamal Adams and Marquise Blair, Anderson can serve as a developmental piece with the potential of actually earning starter snaps. He can be used in the box, as a nickel corner or one of the two deep safeties. His blazing speed would help his contribution to special teams early on.
Round 7, Pick 229
The consensus around Abram Smith is that he runs like a linebacker. His 1,011 yards after contact in 2021 certainly backs up that claim. Also, given another one of his strengths is blocking, I’d say he would fit right into the backfield of Seattle. Chris Carsons’ neck injury is going to linger into 2022 and having insurance in the name of Abram Smith can serve wonders for Seattle.