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Most Mocked Prospects to Seahawks

Here is a cross section of the analysis users have submitted in their 2014 mock drafts on prospects projected to go to the Seattle Seahawks. In short, what is being said about prospects users are projecting to go to the Seattle Seahawks. Who are the top projections and what should you know about them...

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10 Most Commonly Picked Players
Xavier Su'a-Filo, OG, UCLA , RS Jr  -  Going to the Seahawks on 404 mock drafts
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The Seahawks, much like the 49ers are a very solid team with only a few holes. With improved interior o-line play the sky is the limit for the Seahwks. They go with the best guard option available in Su'a-Filo.
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Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, Washington , Jr  -  Going to the Seahawks on 394 mock drafts
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And the rich get richer... ASJ is a fantastic weapon at the tight end position and would fit right into an offense looking for more consistent targets. Miller might leave to so this pick makes sense.
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Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech , Jr  -  Going to the Seahawks on 392 mock drafts
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The Seahawks could look for a WR or TE here, or they could target a DE. With Amaro still available, the Seahawks could look to improve their pass-catching options for Russell Wilson. Amaro is a very skilled receiving TE who could complement Harvin and the outside WRs of Seattle well.
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Joel Bitonio, OT, Nevada , RS Sr  -  Going to the Seahawks on 347 mock drafts
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After watching the NFC Championship game, it is apparent that Seattle needs O-line help. They need to ultimately try to keep Wilson up and not scrambling for his life (unless it's designed). With Tate gone, and the questions always surrounding Percy's health,
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David Yankey, OG, Stanford , RS Jr  -  Going to the Seahawks on 325 mock drafts
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Most mock draft aficionados expect Seattle to select a wide receiver like Florida State's Kelvin Benjamin. There are some good receivers available, but Seattle will be regaining two healthy starters in Rice and Harvin, and Golden Tate said recently that he'll take a hometown discount to stay in Seattle. David Yankey is a great value this late and his versatility will help Seattle's offense line which had a myriad of problems protecting Russell Wilson this year.
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Morgan Moses, OT, Virginia , Sr  -  Going to the Seahawks on 247 mock drafts
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Although the Seahawks could use an upgrade at WR and TE, this is more depth at those positions in this draft than interior OL, which they also need. Moses was always a fringe 1st round prospect and the momentum has finally swung his way. He's not a spectacular athlete, but he was very productive in terms of sacks allowed and power blocking. The Seahawks will have him play RT.
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Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State , Jr  -  Going to the Seahawks on 242 mock drafts
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Russel Wilson can only do so much. The Seahawks won the Superbowl without strong receiving options. Allen Robinson was extremely consistent at Penn State and is very reliable to get open despite not having particularly strong physical attributes.
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Cyrus Kouandjio, OT, Alabama , Jr  -  Going to the Seahawks on 240 mock drafts
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He had an injury scare at the combine that dropped his value but Kouandjio ends up as a 1st Rd pick anyways. He will be replacing Giacomini at RT
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RaShede Hageman, DT, Minnesota , RS Sr  -  Going to the Seahawks on 237 mock drafts
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Seattle can really just go BPA here, which they kind of do. BPA at a position that is seeing a few good players enter free agency. RaShede Hageman is kind of a freak of nature, men that are 6'6 normally don't move as well as he does, so Seattle gets a scary good player at the very end of the first round.
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Stephon Tuitt, DE, Notre Dame , Jr  -  Going to the Seahawks on 213 mock drafts
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Seahawks lost a lot of muscle on their D-Line with Clemons,Bryant, and O' Schofield gone. If Carroll wants to retain his #1 ranked defense he should start by reinforcing the defensive line.
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