The NFL Scouting Combine is over.
All of the interviews and numbers have been compiled, winners and losers have been determined, and teams can go back to their respective corners to take stock in what they learned in preparation for the April draft.
For the Seattle Seahawks in recent years the draft has helped general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll quickly rebuild their roster by accumulating talent that often goes against the grain of conventional wisdom, but more often than not turns out to be better than anyone expected.
In the past year alone the 'Hawks top three picks were so talented that if Don Banks at Sports Illustrated had any say in the matter, Russell Wilson, Bobby Wagner and Bruce Irvin would all go in the top 15 during a complete first round redraft.
Now following a successful 11-win regular season and coming within 30 seconds of the NFC Championship game, the 'Hawks potentially find themselves just a few players away from building upon the success of 2012 and perhaps making the Super Bowl.
How they go about fine tuning their roster remains to be seen, but I generally believe the 'Hawks will avoid any major moves in free agency (despite such rumors) and invest more of their time and efforts in the draft.
Now as we approach the end of February I will try to take a more balanced approach of what the team both wants and needs to build with for next season.
So let's give it a go and see where things stand with a little more information at our disposal to piece together a full 7-Round, Post-Combine Mock Draft for the Seahawks.
The logic behind the picks should be strengthened a bit now, nevertheless I will offer my patented disclaimer...
Disclaimer: All picks guaranteed wrong come April...or your money back!