Mock Draft 7.0: Who will the Seahawks select with the No. 21 pick?
NFL Draft post Combine
The 2019 NFL Combine is officially over and while players came from all over the country at all different levels to show off their skills one last time, NFL scouts for 32 teams in the league conducted interviews, took notes, and have their favorites from the weekend.
The Seattle Seahawks currently hold the No. 21 pick in round one of the 2019 NFL Draft. With a total of four picks, general manager John Schneider may be looking to trade some of those picks in order to acquire more than just four this Draft. While all signs point to improving the defense at linebacker, EDGE rusher, and potentially a secondary threat, the Seahawks may be looking to upgrade their wide receiver corp as well.
Scroll through to see who some are saying the Seahawks will select in this upcoming draft...
SB Nation predicts...
Cody Ford, OT, Oklahoma
Offseason needs: Defensive line, guard, linebacker, kicker
It’s possible that Ford is taken in the top 10, so he could be the sort of player who could entice Seattle to hold on to the 21st pick instead of trading down. Ford could start his NFL career playing guard, or make a push to start at right tackle for the Seahawks.
CBS Sports predicts...
Chauncey Gardner-Johnson, S, Florida
After the 2017 season there were questions about Gardner-Johnson's tackling ability but he proved he's more than capable in '18, and his coverage ability makes him an attractive option for the Seahawks, who won't have Earl Thomas.
Draft Wire predicts...
(TRADE from IND - drops to No. 26): Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama
After moving back and adding a third-round selection to help ease the loss of their original second-round pick, the Seahawks still land a dynamic playmaker to replace Earl Thomas. Thompson still needs some refinement, but all the physical tools are there.