Round 2, Pick No. 40: Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia
Moses wasn't expected to still be available here, but it looks like the Seahawks will get a chance to get a starting offensive tackle early in Round 2. Moses can start at right tackle in 2014 and has the potential to develop into a franchise left tackle in the future.
Round 2, Pick No. 64: Demarcus Lawrence, DE, Boise State
Lawrence is a natural pass-rusher with great speed and burst to get to the quarterback, and he is ideally suited to be a LEO defensive end in Seattle's system. The Seahawks need a long-term solution at the position, and Lawrence would provide that.
Round 4, Pick No. 108: David Yankey, OG, Stanford
The Seahawks could finish retooling their offensive line by selecting Stanford's David Yankey early in the fourth round. Yankey was once thought to be an early Day 2 pick, but his lack of power in the running game has turned off some draft analysts. He is still a technician who will play mistake-free football, something that cannot be said for the team's current options at guard.
Round 4, Pick No. 132: Devin Street, WR, Pittsburgh
Passing on higher-profile receivers, such as Jake Matthews and Cody Latimer in Round 2 won't be easy, but getting Street here will make the team feel better. At 6'3" and with good short-area quickness, Street fits the prototype the Seahawks have been looking for.
Round 5, Pick No. 146 (via Oakland): Howard Jones, LB, Shepherd
It seems Jones is mocked to Seattle every time, but the pick just makes sense. He has an explosive combination of size and speed, and that athleticism will interest the Seahawks. He has a tremendous way to go to reach his potential as an NFL football player, but his high ceiling is worth taking a chance on.
Round 5, Pick No. 172: Shaquille Richardson, CB, Arizona
This is another player who is often tied to Seattle. He is a tall press corner who is physical at the line of scrimmage, similar to Brandon Browner. Richardson's technique requires some refinement, but it isn't anything that should deter him from having success in the NFL.
Round 6, Pick No. 208: Matt Hazel, WR, Coastal Carolina
The Seahawks double-up on the wide receiver position with a project player. Hazel has great athletic measurables and a high upside, but he is far from a polished product at this point. Seattle's need for depth at the position suggests that taking a chance on a late-round project would be a smart move.