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It is reasonable to believe that the Seahawks have little-or-no desire to move up into the top five of this year's draft class, so in order to find a quality member of the secondary, Seattle would have to think about the second round.
Early in the second, two corners may be available that can immediately make an impact on opposing offenses.
The first is Brandon Harris (pictured). Harris has had a great body of work with the Miami Hurricanes and also served time as a kick returner during his sophomore season. Harris ended his final season with Miami with only 30 tackles and one interception but broke up 10 passes while playing a large amount of zone coverage.
Ras-I Dowling may also be available in the early second round if the Seahawks are willing to make a move. Dowling displayed great speed at the combine and also was reported to have displayed some good football knowledge to scouts during the interview process.
Dowling is projected to go to the Oakland Raiders by Walterfootball.com, and for good reason, as Al Davis likes to draft players who can run down the field. Dowling's official time in the 40-yard dash was a 4.40.