The Seahawks used their second fourth-round pick (127 overall) to draft E.J. Wilson, a defensive end from North Carolina (not to be confused with C.J. Wilson, the defensive end from East Carolina. And yes, this did cause confusion here in the media room).
Wilson, a three-year starter, certainly plays a position of need for the Seahawks, though based on his stats, he doesn’t appear to be the dominant pass rusher the Seahawks could use. Wilson had four sacks as a senior, one as a junior and five as as sophomore.