Hawk Mock: Inaugural 2018 Edition

Welcome back, folks! As you know, it’s important that I go months without posting an article, though this time I can attribute some of that to my NFL Draft work as a contributor over at Fansided. I’m having a great time and enjoying pumping out draft content on a regular basis.

Here, though, is where I get to be team-specific with an the first 2018 edition of the Hawk Mock! Following the 2016 Draft, I did a similar piece previewing players for the 2017 Draft and managed to luck into several players who were later identified as targets for Seattle.

John Schneider and company have shuffled their upcoming draft picks quite a bit since the beginning of the season, through several minor trades as well as the huge additions of Sheldon Richardson and Duane Brown, which cost them several high-round selections.

I fully expect to see Seattle trade down from wherever their first round selection in 2018 lands, as well as address some of the large gaps between picks that they currently have. As a result, I’ve come up with a few potential trade scenarios that could help them fill said gaps. So, without further ado, here is my first attempt at what Seattle’s 2018 draft class could look like:

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