Predicting what Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider is going to do in the draft can be downright impossible. Whether it is Bruce Irvin in 2012 or Luke Willson a year ago, Schneider's draft picks seem to always confuse the analysts who cover the event.
The one constant is that Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll always seem to look for the biggest, strongest and fastest players available. It is that fact that dictated the players taken in this mock draft. There may be some surprises but each player listed is highly athletic compared to the other players at their positions.
While the Seahawks will certainly make plenty of trades during the draft, only one is predicted here. Predicting trades, especially after the first two rounds, can be a complete toss up.
With the 32nd pick in the 2014 NFL draft, the Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks select...