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The sure-handed tight end can be a red-zone threat right away.
More than 80% of voters gave Seattle either a B or a C for their 2020 NFL draft.
The powerful guard from LSU excels at blocking in the run game.
The defensive end has the explosion necessary to become a top-tier pass rusher.
The speedy linebacker was a tackling machine at Texas Tech.
Seattle made eight selections, some of which met expectations and some of which didn’t.
All eight of Seattle’s draft picks are from Power 5 conference schools.
Seattle drafts Tennessee DE Darrell Taylor in the 2nd and selects LSU guard Damien Lewis in the 3rd.
Seattle doesn’t trade out and instead uses the 27th overall pick to take the speedy linebacker.
With its starters on short deals, Seattle is likely to draft for the future in the secondary.
But the governor of Washington cautions that many things have to happen to make playing sports a reality.
Seahawks’ linebacker unit mostly set for next season, but future help is needed.
However, there was also strong support for bolstering the offensive line.
The defensive line will, again, be a position of focus for Seattle in the draft.
Despite veteran depth, Seattle figures to draft at least one offensive lineman.
He was hired as quarterbacks coach for Tennessee State last season after a 10-year NFL career.
The NFL draft is taking place as scheduled on April 23-25, so which position should Seattle target?
Seattle seem well-stocked at tight end for next season, but could add one in the draft for the future.
More than half of voters want Seattle to bring back the star defensive end, but only at a reasonable cost.
Seattle will keep searching for a quality third receiver behind Tyler Lockett and DK Metcalf.