Seahawks 2023 NFL mock draft: The checking every box edition

The Seahawks will go into the 2023 NFL draft with a top-five overall pick, 10 picks in all and the second-most capital in the league. That puts them in position to capitalize on the strengths of this class as well as filling their immediate roster needs. After their stunning success in 2022, another quality draft would set Seattle up is a true contender in the NFC.

With that in mind, in our latest seven-round mock draft, we tried our best to check every single box. Along the way we filled needs along the defensive line, as well as linebacker, center, wide receiver, running back and guard. We also made sure to get tight end and cornerback picks to take advantage of the depth at those positions. We also took a detour to roll the dice on one of the under-the-radar quarterback prospects in this class. Here’s how the full mock draft played out.

Pick No. 5: Georgia DL Jalen Carter

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Pick No. 20: Clemson EDGE Myles Murphy

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Pick No. 37: Stanford QB Tanner McKee

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Pick No. 52: Iowa LB Jack Campbell

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Pick No. 83: Stanford WR Michael Wilson

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Pick No. 123: Kansas State RB Deuce Vaughn

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Pick No. 151: Old Dominion TE Zack Kuntz

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Pick No. 154: Penn State C Juice Scruggs

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Pick No. 198: UCLA G Atonio Mafi

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Pick No. 237: Oregon State CB Alex Austin

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Story originally appeared on Seahawks Wire