It's not a priority pick, but the Seahawks could use another young, long armed corner within their secondary. Quincy Wilson would be given consideration if he falls this far, while Tre'Davious White is another corner they may consider.
Adoree Jackson is a bit undersized, but is worth equal consideration thanks to his coverage skills. Quincy Wilson, in addition to playing cornerback, has the size and speed to also be used at safety.
Tre'Davious White is a ball hawk, and was considered a top 15 pick in the 2016 NFL Draft, before he decided to return to LSU. White is still considered a first round prospect, but a less productive season at LSU has lowered his stock.
Seattle needs an upgrade at their hybrid DE/DT. Malik McDowell could fill this roll if still available. He has the size, speed, and agility to play both as a 3 technique, and a 5 technique. He would help give Seattle a formidable defensive line next season.
Seattle might not get a chance to draft McDowell, since other teams selecting before them also have McDowell on their boards. But, if he does fall this far, the Seahawks would give selecting him some consideration.
Seattle added Luke Joeckel when free-agency opened, but the Seahawks needed upgrades at both tackle positions. The hope in Seattle is for Garett Bolles to drop this far. The likelihood of such a drop is small, so the Seahawks next option would be Cam Robinson out of Alabama.
Robinson didn't have a great combine, which has allowed his stock to plummet out of the first round on some team's draft boards. However, due to the high need at the position, the Seahawks may not view Robinson as a reach with the 26th pick.
Robinson would fit well opposite of Joeckel, if the Seahawks use Joeckel at tackle, as they could consider moving him to guard. Regardless of where they place Joeckel, Robinson has the upside to become a solid tackle that the next level.
If you were the GM of the Seattle Seahawks, who would you pick?
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