Breaking down Seattle's picks in every round of the NFL draft now that the compensatory selections have been announced.

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With the compensatory picks now in, we can detail Seattle’s exact spots in each round.

Here’s how Seattle’s picks look — and recall that there are seven rounds and 256 overall selections.

First round — Seattle does not have a pick, having traded it away to New Orleans as part of the Jimmy Graham deal.

Second round — Seattle has its own pick at No. 63 overall.

Third round — Seattle has its own pick at No. 95 overall

Fourth round — Seattle has the 112 pick overall, which it acquired from New Orleans as part of the Graham trade; Seattle also has its own pick at No. 130, and the first of its four compensatory picks at No. 134.

Fifth round — Seattle has its own pick at No. 167 as well as a compensatory pick at No. 170.

Sixth round — Seattle does not have its own pick, having traded it away last year for cornerback Marcus Burley. However, it has pick No. 180 from the New York Jets for Percy Harvin, and No. 209 and 214 as compensatory picks.

Seventh round — Seattle has its own pick at No. 248.

Another thing to recall is that compensatory picks cannot be traded. So Seattle will select there no matter what. Any of the rest, though, can be dealt, and given Seattle’s recent trade history, a few undoubtedly will be traded.

The draft is April 30-May 2 and the first round will be an historically long wait for the Seahawks. The longest Seattle has gone into the draft previously before picking is No. 62, which came in 2013 when the Seahawks dealt their first round pick for Harvin and had to wait until the end of the second round to take running back Christine Michael.