The Seattle Seahawks will be one of many teams looking to thoroughly improve through the draft next month, and they'll have several opportunities to grab some great players. Aside from the obvious, headline-hogging prospects who are projected to go early in draft, there are a number of players who, while unheralded, could contribute and help this team.
Jordan Tripp is one prospect who has been making a lot of noise since his final snap as a college football player, and he is one of the prospects whom I believe Seattle should take a look at. He's an athletic backer with innate football instincts and could eventually become a pillar of its defense.
Besides Tripp, small-school prospect Walt Aikens is another player the Seahawks should do their homework on. He's a big-bodied corner (similar to the size the Legion of Boom boasts) and is also pretty quick.
Aikens, as well as Tripp, had a great Senior Bowl game and certainly made an impact in some of these teams' minds.
Did they make an impression on someone in the Seahawks organization? Possibly, we'll see. Regardless, Tripp, Aikens and the rest of the men on this list are all players Seattle should take a look at as they all offer something that could benefit the team.