The Seattle Seahawks were already a talented team entering the offseason, but they've found themselves some new pieces that will definitely be contributors in 2014. The draft was very kind to them, and they found quite a gem in Cassius Marsh.
Drafted in the fourth round, Marsh brings a well-rounded skill set to the table and fits in great with the rest of Seattle's vaunted defense. He's displayed a whole lot of promise throughout training camp thus far, but he's not the only one turning heads on the 'Hawks.
Backup safety Jeron Johnson has been a nice bandage in the absence of Kam Chancellor, and he is likely playing his way into a bigger role defensively. He's not just playing with the Legion of Boom, he's performing at their level.
Marsh and Johnson aren't the end of the book when it comes to players impressing in camp, but they are definitely worth noting.