The Seattle Seahawks 2012 rookie mini-camp is in the books. While most of the talk was about Bruce Irvin, Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner, there are several undrafted players that will look to earn a spot on the final 53-man roster.
While it is a longshot, the Seahawks have found great success with undrafted players over the course of the franchise.
Undrafted players have actually been their most productive avenue for finding quarterbacks. This could give 2011's Josh Portis a bit of hope.
There are other players from last season that could make a mark in the NFL. Ricardo Lockette, Pierre Allen, Jeron Johnson and Ron Parker all have an opportunity in 2012 to find additional playing time.
However, the following slides will look at players that have already made a mark in the NFL.