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After the draft was completed, the Seahawks signed nine undrafted free agents:
Keith Price, QB, Washington
Once considered a potential top prospect, Price's lack of development over his final two years in college became a major red flag. He is a bit undersized and doesn't have a great arm, though his agility allows him to make plays that are reminiscent of Russell Wilson.
Dion Bailey, S, USC
With a linebacker's playing style in a free safety's body, Bailey is a football player without a true position. He shows great instincts and awareness against the run, but his coverage skills are still developing.
Brock Coyle, LB, Montana
Coyle is an athletic and physical inside linebacker with good speed. He shows good instincts and was very productive in college, though he played against low-level competition.
Chase Dixon, TE, Central Arkansas
Although he's listed as a tight end, Dixon has very similar measurements to Carolina Panthers first-round wide receiver Kelvin Benjamin. This suggests that Dixon has some major upside as a "Joker"-type tight end.
Garry Gilliam, OT, Penn State
After missing most of two seasons with an ACL injury and subsequent infection, Gilliam converted from tight end to offensive tackle. He shows great movement skills, but his blocking technique is still quite raw.
Bronson Irwin, G, Oklahoma
While he doesn't have the natural athleticism that the Seahawks typically look for in their offensive linemen, Irwin is a maximum-effort player known for his toughness.
Jackson Jeffcoat, DE, Texas
Jeffcoat has a good first step and is a natural pass-rusher, but he plays too upright at times and doesn't anchor well against the run. He was highly respected by draft analysts, and it was a surprise to many that he went undrafted.
Jimmy Legree, CB, South Carolina
Legree isn't a typical Seattle cornerback. He lacks the length the Seahawks usually look for and isn't at his best in man coverage. Instead, Legree is very good when facing the quarterback in zone coverage, which suggests he might be converted to free safety.
Andru Pulu, DT, Eastern Washington
Pulu is short for an NFL defensive tackle at 6'1" but has good strength and a powerful first step. His measurables, including his height, are very similar to those of Seattle nose tackle Brandon Mebane.