Things are heating up on the football front with just three days remaining until the 2014 NFL draft, and there are burning questions remaining for every team. The Seattle Seahawks are in a more favorable position than most as draft day approaches, but they do have some questions that need answering and decisions that need verdicts.
It all starts with their first-round pick and who they'll use it to draft; many pundits believe the selected player will be either a wide receiver or an offensive lineman, but the mystery remains. There'll be an abundance of talented blockers and pass-catchers when Seattle is on the clock, and it will be interesting to see which position Seattle deems to hold the most priority.
Aside from who they'll be drafting at 32nd overall, the Seahawks will also need to decide on whether or not they'll be looking to trade up or down in the draft.
On one hand, they could trade up and grab the dependable, game-changing wide receiver or stalwart lineman they need. On the other hand, it may be smarter in the long run to trade back and grab multiple picks in order to bring in some more late-round talent.
There's positives and negatives to both sides, but either way, Seattle will benefit. There's a lot of important decisions to be made in these next few days, and it will be exciting to see how everything shakes out.