Mock Draft 6.0: Who will the Seattle Seahawks take with the No. 21 pick?
2019 NFL Draft
Are the Seahawks creating a Legion of Boom 2.0? Will they look to add to the offensive line with D.J Fluker and J.R. Sweezy becoming free agents this offseason? Or perhaps another monster EDGE rusher to complement Frank Clark?
After an impressive 10-6 regular season, the Seahawks landed the No. 21 pick of the 2019 NFL Draft. Who will they select? Only time will tell and that moment will come on Thursday, April 25th.
Scroll through to find which analysts predict who the Seahawks will select…
SB Nation predicts…
Dalton Risner, OL, Kansas State
This pick might be a little dull, but it’s possible if Seattle holds at No. 21 (which is probably not likely). Guards D.J. Fluker and J.R. Sweezy are free agents, and if they depart the Seahawks will need to restock the line with top talent. Risner can play a number of positions, but his best spot in the NFL might be at guard.
Bleacher Report predicts…
Jachai Polite, EDGE, Florida
Undersized edge-rushers who lack length don't usually elicit much excitement. Florida's Jachai Polite is different.
The defensive end is listed at 6'2" and 242 pounds, but he makes up for less-than-ideal measurables with blazing-fast quickness off the edge, the flexibility and pad level to out-leverage offensive tackles, relentlessness and a nose for the football.
Polite led the Gators with 11 sacks and major college football with six forced fumbles.
Draft Wire predicts…
Greg Little, OT, Ole Miss
Just because Russell Wilson can scramble for his life and still make incredible plays doesn’t mean the Seahawks should keep making him do it. In a tackle class this deep, Seattle should have every intention of spending their first-round pick on a franchise left tackle who can help keep Russell from fleeing the pocket to bail his offense out every other snap.