Seattle Seahawks 2024 NFL draft top-30 visits tracker: Who Seattle is interested in

Seattle clearly has an interest in all of these players.

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The 2024 NFL draft will be held between April 25 through 27. With the NFL Combine done, teams have two ways of getting up-close looks at players. One is to visit pro days, and another is to bring a player in for a visit to team facilities or do an off-site workout and medical examination. The Seattle Seahawks, like every other team, can host up to 30 players on these visits.

The list that follows will be updated with confirmed visits. The Seahawks might not get to all 30 visits and some players they could be interested in they might not need to bring to the VMAC. For instance, there is no need to host a player from the University of Washington because new offensive coordinator Ryan Grubb was the OC with the Huskies just this past season.

General manager John Schneider probably wants to meet with some players simply to get an idea if the team wants to spend a Day 3 pick on. Most of the higher-round choices will hold pro days or have enough information on them that a top-30 visit might be wasted. Not all the players that Seattle does host, of course, will end up being on the team, but it does at least mean the team is interested.

Top-30 visit tracker for the Seattle Seahawks ahead of the 2024 NFL draft

Tyrice Knight, linebacker, UTEP

Knight is a great example of the players Seattle likes to bring in for top-30 visits. These might be hidden gems that the Seahawks know more about because they took a finer look. The 6'2" and 235-pound linebacker can play inside linebacker or edge rusher, but he is likely suited more to be an off-ball LB in the NFL. He ran a 4.63 40 at the NFL Combine so he has the speed to play in the league.

John Rhys Plumlee, quarterback, Central Florida

Plumlee was as much a baseball player as a football player in college and he doesn't have a ton of experience at quarterback. But he is athletic enough to likely earn a spot on a practice squad somewhere. He doesn't have a cannon for an arm, but the nearly 6'1" and nearly 200-pound quarterback does have a quick release and might be a project worth being a backup one day.

Nathaniel Watson, linebacker, Mississippi State

Watson had an excellent 2023. He led the SEC in tackles and was fourth in the conference in tackles for loss. He also had double-digit sacks. He is 6'2" and 245 pounds.

Malachi Corley, wide receiver, Western Kentucky

Corley is a YAC monster. He isn't overly tall at 5'11" but he is 215 pounds of muscle and is difficult to tackle. He had double-digit touchdown catches in each of his last two years in college and had 1,295 yards receiving as a junior. He is more of a possession receiver than a deep threat but he might make a decent slot receiver.

Grayson Murphy, defensive end, UCLA

According to Pro Football Network, Seattle brought in the 6'2" and 250-pound defensive end, though he does not seem to have the measurables of many other players. His 40 time was 4.74 which is good, but he has shorter arms and smaller hands. This means he might have a difficult time keeping blockers away in the NFL.

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