The Seattle Seahawks come into the 2013 NFL draft without a ton of needs. They did a great job addressing a few areas of concerns in free agency and picked up one of the most electrifying wide receivers in the entire league in Percy Harvin in a trade with Minnesota.
It didn't come without a cost.
Seattle surrendered three draft picks, including its first rounder today, for Harvin. This means that general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll will be sitting around the war room with very little to do during the first day of the draft.
That being said, the 2013 draft is about as deep as any in recent history. This seems to indicate that the Seahawks will find tremendous value when they go on the clock tomorrow and Saturday.
Today's article will give you Bleacher Report's final full seven-round Seahawks mock draft. I will be basing this mock on team needs and how I view specific players as they relate to Seattle's scheme.