The Seattle Seahawks had a pretty good draft class in 2014, and they definitely found some quality contributors within the group.
The standouts so far have been tackle Justin Britt and receiver Paul Richardson, who were both drafted in the second round. Britt has been tearing it up in training camp and is slated to become the team's next right tackle.
Richardson has also been impressing throughout camp, but he has a bit more talent ahead of him than Britt and will struggle to find a starting spot on the team. Even so, he's a talented receiver whose offseason impressions will surely warrant a slice of the offensive pie.
Though Britt and Richardson have been pretty top-notch and are in great spots going forward, there are a couple of promising rookies who have been battling health issues.
Garrett Scott is one guy who has a mound of potential, but a rare and unfortunate heart disease has his NFL hopes dwindling, though things are looking up for him after a recent test came back negative.
All in all, this is a well-rounded group that should become a big part of the Seahawks' production on both sides of the ball.