Wednesday, May 8, 2024

Way-too-early Seattle Seahawks 2025 NFL mock draft roundup

Throughout the year and leading up to the 2025 NFL Draft, we will update our Seattle Seahawks Mock Draft Roundup showing picks for the Seattle Seahawks from several prominent sites and draft analysts.

The following are picks in recent mock drafts for the Seahawks:

Fox Sports - Rob Rang (5/3)

11. Deone Walker, IDL, Kentucky

Football is a big man's game and they don't come much bigger than the 6-foot-6, 346-pound Walker, who earned Second Team All-SEC honors from league coaches a year ago after leading the Wildcats in tackles for loss (12.5) and sacks (7.5) despite fighting near-constant double-teams.

ESPN - Jordan Reid (5/2)

11. Travis Hunter, CB/WR, Colorado

Is Hunter an NFL wide receiver or cornerback? That question will be asked a lot over the next 12 months, but I personally view him as a corner at the next level. The Seahawks already have two building blocks there in Riq Woolen and Devon Witherspoon, but adding Hunter as an interchangeable defensive back would give them options. Hunter plays like he has springs in his cleats and has a sixth sense for tracking the ball in the air. He closed last season with three interceptions, showing off great instincts.

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San Diego Union-Tribune - Eddie Brown (5/2)

13. Earnest Greene III, OT, Georgia

The Seahawks have two talented young tackles in Charles Cross and Abraham Lucas, but both have had a hard time staying healthy. Greene was a Freshman All-American at left tackle last season for the Bulldogs and one of the reasons Amarius Mims primarily played on the right side.

The Athletic - Dane Brugler (4/30)

13. Harold Perkins Jr., EDGE/LB, LSU

Perkins will be an interesting prospect to track. He is an athletic marvel, especially downhill as a pass rusher, but he is too small for a full-time edge role. Scouts want to see him make more plays when dropping into coverage.

PFF - Max Chadwick (4/29)

10. Nic Scourton, EDGE, Texas A&M

Texas A&M's Nic Scourton is an elite edge-rushing presence that Seattle desperately needs. He finished 2023 inside the top 10 in pass-rush grade (90.9) and pass-rush win rate (21.2%). He is a perfect complement to the Seahawks' 2024 first-round pick, Byron Murphy II.

The 33rd Team - Marcus Mosher (4/29)

12. Mason Graham, IDL, Michigan

Michigan has a long history of putting defensive linemen into the NFL, and the next off the line is Mason Graham. Graham has outstanding size and power, but his production is less-than-stellar. That's not surprising from a Michigan defensive lineman, but he'll have a chance to fix that in 2024.

USA Today - Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz (4/28)

16. Princely Umanmielen, EDGE, Mississippi

Umanmielen opted to transfer from Florida rather than declare for the NFL draft, and the 6-5, 255-pounder looks to be squarely on a first-round trajectory thanks to his quick-twitch athleticism. Mike Macdonald's defense works best when it can unleash a diverse array of pass rushers, just as the Ravens did last season in racking up an NFL-best 60 sacks.

CBS Sports - Ryan Wilson (4/28)

11. Princely Umanmielen, EDGE, Mississippi

Umanmielen is twitched up, flashing abrupt/quick in movements, and has a spin move that puts offensive tackles in a blender. He's stronger than he looks, and his good hand usage and leg drive allow him to win early in the rep. He's also an asset in coverage both as a spy and from the slot.

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