Seahawks WR Penny Hart shares advice for 2022 NFL draft prospects

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Now that the Seahawks’ 2021 season is overwith, the next big thing to look forward to is the start of free agency, followed by the annual NFL draft. It’s an extremely busy and frequently stressful time of the year for scouting departments and college players hoping to make the jump to the pros.

Seattle wide receiver Penny Hart shared some advice for this year’s draft prospects on Twitter today.

Hart played his college football career at Georgia State, here he totaled almost 3,000 receiving yards and scored 19 touchdowns.

As with many standout amateur players, Hart’s role in the NFL has been much smaller. Now that he’s playing behind superstar wide receivers like D.K. Metcalf and Tyler Lockett, he has totaled just eight catches and 62 yards in two seasons. However, Hart has carved out a regular role for himself on special teams. This year he was on the field for 45% of those snaps.

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