Late-Round Prospects That Would Be a Perfect Match for the Seahawks

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Late-Round Prospects That Would Be a Perfect Match for the Seahawks

Today, with a little over two weeks prior to the NFL draft, I want to talk about the kinds of players that have helped make the Seattle Seahawks go from cellar-dwellers to contenders in just a few years time. 

You may know them as sleepers or diamonds in the rough so to speak, but regardless of whatever you like to call them, 'Hawks general manager John Schneider has had a knack for finding them for years now. 

Honestly, how can anyone forget that both Kam Chancellor and Richard Sherman were fifth-round draft choices a few years back?

This year could recent seventh-round selections such as Greg Scruggs, J.R. Sweezy or Malcolm Smith emerge?

Time will tell, but who are some of the players that we should be looking forward to seeing Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll draft this year?

Right now the 'Hawks currently have eight picks to work with on Day 3 of the draft, which depending on your point of view can either be used as leverage to move up or perhaps stock up on rookies.  

In either case, I figured it might be interesting to focus on one late-round prospect at each position that would be a perfect match for the Seahawks, provided that he is still available when the time comes.  

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