While this is true, general manager John Schneider got his top pick when he traded for Percy Harvin last month. Seattle will be sitting back Thursday watching film of the talented wide receiver as other NFL teams take chances on less proven talent. It will also check to see how the board plays out and consider moving up to the end of the initial round if one of its players should fall.
Don't expect much movement on that front.
Even as one of the best young teams in the league, Seattle does have certain areas of concerns. It will likely look to fill holes along the offensive line, at defensive tackle and even at outside linebacker.
Through the draft, I will focus on updating this slideshow with newly minted members of the Seahawks organization and give you draft grades on each pick.
Meanwhile, take a gander at a few players Seattle may target with its day-two picks and one it could reasonably look to move up for.