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Greg Scruggs was the team's 10th and final pick of the 2012 draft.
Irvin was the team’s first-round pick from West Virginia. The pick surprised many draftniks, but Irvin has impressed the Seattle coaches early on. He’s also been receiving tips from veteran Chris Clemons, who has racked up 11 sacks in each of the last two seasons.
Irvin is still very raw as an NFL prospect and will have to grow into a complete player. There are still plenty of skeptics out there who believe the Seahawks blew this pick. With Clemons mentoring him, Irvin can hopefully become more than just a pass-rusher. His biggest strength is his speed, and that’s something coach Pete Carroll cited immediately.
Scruggs was the team’s final draft pick, selected 232nd overall. The Louisville product has been impressively strong and is definitely trending up.
Law was a sack machine at Southern Miss, with 28 in three seasons at outside linebacker. How he transitions to defensive end in the NFL will be something to watch.
Howard was a defensive tackle at Florida, where he consistently got penetration. He’s not a guy who will eat up blockers, but rather, shed them to make a tackle. He probably has to get stronger to be a consistent player in the NFL, but should have his moments.