The 2021 NFL Draft is officially in the books and many of the free agency moves have already been made.
Now the focus for a lot of teams at the moment is how the teams will look with the newest additions.
And with the Seahawks rookie minicamp scheduled to begin next Friday, the team and its fans will get a chance to see how the three draft picks will work out.
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It's always a wonder what goes through the mind of Seahawks general manager John Schneider as he is going through the draft process.
And on Thursday, Schneider gave us some insight on the entire process as a whole.
Schneider spoke with 710 ESPN’s Danny O’Neil and Paul Gallant about the Seahawks' approach during the draft and what they were looking for in prospects.
"We really focused on the person this year,” said Schneider. “People were talking about previous drafts — we have focused on the person obviously, the character, the grit, the things that you've heard and hear about all the time…
The Seahawks drafted wide receiver D’Wayne Eskridge and cornerback Tre Brown as their first two picks taken out of the draft.
Both are athletic and quick athletes that the Seahawks will look to incorporate right away to help add to the team.
Here is what Schneider had to say about drafting Eskridge:
For Brown, he is a much smaller cornerback than what they are used to drafting. Here is what he had to say about Brown.
Well, there you have it! The Seahawks only had to work with three picks, but it seems they got their people and found exactly what they were looking for.
Now we will have to wait and see if they live up to the draft picks in the coming weeks as football makes its way back.