They have a new defensive tackle (Jordan Hill, Penn State) and a new running back (Christine Michael, Texas A&M). Who is next?
Day 3 is arguably a time to start looking for players that were not necessarily hyped on all of the mock draft boards. You may pick your favorite cliche.
Diamond in the rough. Under the radar. Sleeper pick.
Regardless of how you label these prospects, the third day of the NFL draft is where a team like Seattle builds depth and proves that player evaluation is the key to constructing a successful team through the draft.
In past years, the Seahawks have found players like Richard Sherman and Kam Chancellor on the last day.
Who will they find this year? Here are a few ideas about players that the Seahawks could target in the later rounds.