2011 NFL Draft: Seattle Seahawks' Board, Version 1.0

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2011 NFL Draft: Seattle Seahawks' Board, Version 1.0
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2010 No. 6 pick Russell Okung

The 2011 NFL draft is less than a month away and the NFL combine results are now in the rear-view mirror. Teams are diving deeper into the resumes of prospects, making sure due diligence is not an issue as the pro-day circuit comes to an end and individual, private workouts ensue in April.

NFL draft boards are closer to finished, as teams have gone through the majority of the draft preparation, now focused on finding their guys.

This board is a list of prospects that fit for the Seattle Seahawks, put in order based on a plethora of factors: team need, the player's potential fit in the scheme and the overall depth at the position in relation to all other players.

Some top prospects may be way down or off the board, while lesser prospects could make a huge impact for the team; it’s the beauty of the draft evaluation process, the many perspectives from which to build a team.

Additionally, the board will grow as we close in on draft day. I hope to have at least 100 players as part of my final board, all players I believe in some way fit the Seahawks. We are currently at 76.

As the board grows, readers are welcome to leave comments below; are there any players that should, or should not, be on there? Any small-school prospects you think fit the ‘Hawks schemes? Any completely misplaced prospects, way too high or way too low?

In-depth analysis of players will be done in supplementary pieces, as the draft board is meant to be a simple tool. 

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