The Seahawks took a safety out of MIchigan with the 95th overall pick of the NFL Draft.
The Seahawks selected safety Delano Hill of Michigan Friday in the third round of the 2017 NFL Draft with the 95th overall pick.
Hill started all 13 games for Michigan at strong safety in 2016 but there is also a thought that he could be a free safety and can also play nickelback.
His size, though, fits the strong safety prototype — he is 6-0-3/4 inches and 216 pounds.
Hill had 26 career starts in his college career and was a second-team All-Big Ten pick as a 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
Wrote NFL.com of Hill: “Hill has the size and physical demeanor to get a quality look from a team as a box safety, but his lack of coverage quickness and ball production won’t help his chances. Hill will have to open eyes on special teams and as a lights out, downhill tackler to become an NFL factor.”