Seahawks 2023 NFL Draft Big Board: Sixth and seventh rounds
Currently, the Seahawks have only one pick between the sixth and seventh rounds. This is likely to change as Seattle will trade around a bit and probably end up with two or more picks late in the draft. If they do, here are some players worthy of choose who fit what Seattle likes to do.
43 Wide receiver De’Corian Clark, UTSA
Why not get a friend for Tariq Woolen> Woolen, of course, was a fifth-round choice in 2022 and played at UTSA. Clark is tall at 6’2″ and weighs 210 pounds. He also has strong hands. The issue is he is a bit of a raw prospect who might not contribute right away. But then everyone thought that about Woolen too.
44 Quarterback Stetson Bennett, Georgia
Stetson Bennett is a game manager as a QB and that’s OK because it works for him. Sure, he also plays with elite talent at Georgia and that makes him look better as well, but Bennett doesn’t turn the ball over and makes accurate throws. He’d be a solid backup.
45 Cornerback Arquon Bush, Cincinnati
How talented was the Bearcats’ secondary in 2021? Sauce Gardner was one corner, Seattle’s Coby Bryant was another, and Bush yet another. No wonder Cincinnati had so much success. Bush is a decent size corner who is versatile enough to play anywhere. He also had 9 interceptions in his college career.
46 Safety RJ Moten, Michigan
Moten is a solid safety but isn’t going to create a lot of turnovers. He definitely could help in the run game once he gets used to the speed of the NFL, though. Maybe that doesn’t make him a long-term starter but he definitely could work his way into one.