Montrae Braswell, CB
Cornerback became quite the strength for Seattle last year, and in a hurry. Of course, the unit was led by fifth-round rookie Tariq Woolen who burst onto the scene, real fast, and ended up a Pro Bowl selection in his first season. Woolen was every bit of what Seattle needed at corner, last season, and should only continue to further his skills going forward.
Next to Woolen, Seattle has 2023 first-round pick, Devon Witherspoon, creating quite the tandem at corner. At nickel, it's Coby Bryant starting for the Seahawks. Their starting corners are a trio of young, talented players, giving them plenty of hope for the future there.
Aside from those three, the Seahawks have veterans Michael Jackson and Tre Brown, along with 2023 sixth-round pick Jerrick Reed. That should round out the six corners Seattle would keep on the roster.
Behind them, the Seahawks have veterans Artie Burns, Isaiah Dunn and Benjie Franklin, and then five undrafted free agents including Montrae Braswell. This is another example of someone being far too buried on a depth chart to have a shot at making it onto the roster, and right now, he'll be one of the first guys cut.