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The Seattle Seahawks need to rebuild on both sides of the line of scrimmage and restock at a few key positions this offseason.
In a new 2022 three-round mock from our friends at Draft Wire, Seattle went cornerback in round two followed by left tackle in the third. Here’s who they came up with.
Pick No. 41 overall: Mississippi State CB Martin Emerson Jr.
Emerson (6-foot-2, 195 pounds) has the requisite length for a Pete Carroll corner. He totaled one interception, 15 pass breakups and six tackles for a loss during his college career. If the Seahawks lose their starting right cornerback D.J. Reed to another team in free agency, Emerson might be a worthy option to target at this spot.
Pick No. 72 overall: UCLA OT Sean Rhyan
Rhyan (6-foot-5, 320 pounds) only declared for the draft a couple weeks ago. He was named first-team All-Pac-12 this year. Duane Brown is now 36 years old and also is about to become a free agent. Whether they re-sign Brown for another season or not, Seattle has to start looking for a potential successor at left tackle, making Rhyan an interesting prospect to watch.