No one should've been surprised that Shawn Oakman returned to school, given that he was widely viewed as a second-day project. In fact, one general manager has him as a fifth- to seventh-rounder. Oakman has loads of potential and athleticism, however, so if he can actually learn how to play football, he could sneak into the first round.
Rd. 2, Pk. 27
Kyle Murphy, OT, Stanford
Seattle's offensive line is an abomination. The most glaring weakness is at right tackle, where, in St. Louis, Garry Gilliam may have had the worst performances from an offensive lineman I've ever seen. I'd call him a turnstile, but that would be offensive to turnstiles.
The Seahawks have a bunch of contributors, but could use a mismatch receiver who consistently gets separation.
In 2015, Robinson has 20 catches for 153 yards with a score. He was one of the breakout performers in the SEC in 2014, hauling in 53 passes for 810 yards and seven touchdowns despite playing in a horrible offense with struggling quarterbacks. Robinson (6-1, 205) plays bigger than his listed measurements and has quickness.
Rd. 2, Pk. 30
Andrew Billings, DT/3-4DE/NT, Baylor
Seattle could use more talent on the interior of their defensive line.
In 2015, Billings has 12 tackles with five for a loss. He totaled 37 tackles with 11.5 for a loss and two sacks in 2014. While Billings (6-2, 310) is very strong at the point of attack, he could stand to improve his conditioning.
Having faced defensive linemen who will be earlier picks in 2016 on virtually every snap he played against Alabama, Voltz was able to get to the second level like he usually does and keep playing his game. That only bodes well for him.