With four rounds to go, there are countless options for the Seahawks with their remaining picks. Here are just a few of the potential targets for the team:
Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Texas
Jeffcoat is the best remaining pass-rusher, and the Seahawks need to find some depth to play opposite Cliff Avril on passing downs.
Pierre Desir, CB, Lindenwood
Don't let the small school fool you. Desir is a big-time talent and a potential starter at cornerback within two years.
Keith McGill, CB, Utah
McGill is a slightly better athlete than Desir but isn't as polished in coverage.
Dakota Dozier, OG, Furman
Dozier isn't the powerful run-blocker that the Seahawks typically select, but he has the pass-blocking skills that are currently lacking along Seattle's offensive line.
Martavis Bryant, WR, Clemson
Bryant was projected to be gone long before this point in the draft and might be too much for the Seahawks to pass up. He's tall and very fast but also raw. He will take time to develop.
Michael Sam, DE, Missouri
Sam is a one-dimensional pass-rusher who might not have the first step to make an impact in the NFL. On the other hand, it's hard to ignore the SEC Defensive Player of the Year.
James Gayle, DE, Virginia Tech
Gayle is another pass-rusher suited for Seattle's Leo defensive end position.
Cassius Marsh, DE, UCLA
Marsh is different than the other defensive ends listed here. He is more of a bull-rusher than a guy who wins with speed.
Shaquille Richardson, DB, Arizona
Richardson is a tall, physical corner who has great speed. He needs some technique work, but could become a solid NFL player.
Antone Exum, CB/S, Virginia Tech
Exum played corner in college but is better suited to play free safety in the NFL. The Seahawks like players with versatility, and Exum's ability to play both positions will interest Seattle.
David Yankey, OG, Stanford
Yankey is more of a technician than a mauler, but he plays mistake-free football. That is something that cannot be said for Seattle's current guards.
Anthony Steen, OG/C, Alabama
Steen's short arms make him far from an ideal fit for Seattle, but he plays with power that will be difficult to find in the later rounds. He might be better suited to play center in the NFL.
Howard Jones, LB, Shephard
Extremely athletic and extremely raw, Jones will remind Seahawks fans of John Lotulelei from training camp in 2013.
Ed Reynolds, FS, Sanford
Reynolds is a fast, big-hitting safety who plays like he's been shot out of a cannon. He can play out of control at times and will only be a backup in Seattle.
Colt Lyerla, TE, Oregon
Lyerla is an extremely athletically gifted prospect with major off-field issues. His technique is still raw as well, so it may be some time before he makes an impact in the NFL.
Marcel Jensen, TE, Fresno State
Jensen is a good blocker and a decent receiver. He should become a well-rounded tight end in the NFL.
Brock Coyle, LB, Montana
Croyle put together some impressive workout numbers before the draft and would be a nice backup at middle linebacker in Seattle.