Follow our live coverage Thursday through Saturday as we take you through each and every pick of the 2017 NFL draft from Philadelphia.
We’re back for the final day of the NFL draft. After the Seahawks kept everyone busy with six picks and a trade on Friday, they’ve got five more selections today. The Hawks own the fourth pick of the fourth round, No. 111 overall, which gets under way at 9 a.m. Keep it tuned here for live coverage.
It’s all over. The Seahawks made running back Chris Carson of Oklahoma State their own Mr. Irrelevant, selecting him with their last pick of the draft, No. 249 overall.
Gabe Marks remains on the board as the Seahawks took their second receiver of the draft with the 226th overall pick: David Moore of Central Oklahoma.
No more defense. Back to the offensive line! With their second pick of the sixth round, the Seahawks took three-year starter at right tackle for Mississippi State, Justin Senior.
Round 2 | Pick 2 | No. 35 overallDT Malik McDowell, Michigan State
Round 2 | Pick 26 | No. 58 overallOL Ethan Pocic, LSU
Round 3 | Pick 26 | No. 90 overallCB Shaquill Griffin, UCF
Round 3 | Pick 31 | No. 95 overallS Delano Hill, Michigan
Round 3 | Pick 38 | No. 102 overallDT Nazair Jones, North Carolina
Round 3 | Pick 42 | No. 106 overallWR Amara Darboh, Michigan
Round 4 | Pick 4 | No. 111 overallS Tedric Thompson, Colorado
Round 6 | Pick 3 | No. 187 overallDB Mike Tyson, Cincinnati
Round 6 | Pick 26 | No. 210 overallOT Justin Senior, Mississippi State
Round 7 | Pick 8 | No. 226 overallWR David Moore, East Central Oklahoma
Round 7 | Pick 31 | No 249 overallRB Chris Carson, Oklahoma State
We have the time stamps to prove it. The Seahawks went an excruciating three-plus hours between picks but finally got back on the clock in the sixth round to … take another safety. It’s Mike Tyson (no, not that one) out of Cincinnati.
The Seahawks continued their run on drafting defense into the draft’s third day. They spent their fourth-round pick on Colorado safety Tedric Thompson.
Day 2 of the NFL draft is under way. To kick things off, the Green Bay Packers selected UW’s star CB Kevin King. The Seahawks then traded the No. 34 pick to Jacksonville for the No. 35 pick and a sixth-round pick.
The Seahawks finally made a pick, selecting DT Malik McDowell out of Michigan State with the No. 35 pick in the NFL draft. Bob Condotta has more on McDowell here. Jayson Jenks breaks down what McDowell brings to the Seahawks.
With the No. 58 pick, the Seahawks select OL Ethan Pocic out of LSU.
With the No. 95 overall pick, the Seahawks select S Delano Hill out of Michigan.
With the No. 102 overall pick, the Seahawks select DL Nazair Jones out of UNC.
With the No. 106 overall pick, the Seahawks select WR Amara Darboh out of Michigan.
The NFL draft is here!
The Seahawks have plenty of needs to address in this year’s draft, and with a slew of picks in the first few rounds, they’ll have plenty of opportunities to find talent at those areas of need. The most glaring needs for Seattle are in their secondary and along the offensive line.
Follow our live coverage Thursday through Saturday as we take you through each and every pick of the 2017 NFL draft from Philadelphia. The first round begins at 4 p.m. Thursday, the second and third rounds start at 5 p.m. Friday and the final three rounds wrap up beginning at 9 a.m. Saturday. All draft coverage can be seen on ESPN and NFL Network.