The seventh round isn't really the seventh round. It's the safety net. While some players are seventh round picks, most seventh round picks are leftovers from a flurry of unexpected mid-round picks. Teams take their guy, and their guy might not have even existed on your average draft board. So, instead of selecting one pick, here's a pool of players Seattle might select from should they fall this far.
Thomas Morstead P: Good hang time and quick to kick. Good leg strength, could be a kickoff specialist if Seattle decides on Coutu.
Vance Walker DT: Exactly what I mean when I say leftovers. Walker turns 22 tomorrow. Walker is a sturdy, rounded, high-effort and productive defensive tackle that doesn't flash good athleticism, but could develop.
Ian Johnson RB: This should warm Scruffy's heart: Johnson could be the next Josh Scobey. His legs tend to die on contact, but he's got some upside as a rusher and great upside as a gunner.
Chris Jamison OL: Jamison played left tackle at Troy, but his shortness and thin build means he'll have to move inside in the pros. Moving an accomplished tackle down the offensive-line spectrum is one of my favorite ways to find a guard, or in Jamison's case, a center.