A few more (unofficial, but observed from different outlets on the internet) prospect visits to report for the Seahawks, as compiled by the ever-vigilant Davis Hsu. Twitter is flipping out for me today so I am omitting the actual links, but according to their individual accounts, Oregon TE David Paulson and Washington WRs Jermaine Kearse and Devin Aguilar were at the VMAC today for workouts with the Seahawks.
In addition, Eastern Washington DT Renard Williams was in Seattle to visit with the Hawks today. Williams is a 6'1, 302 pound first-team All Big-Sky conference player that was a big part of Eastern's success the past couple years.
Also on the visit list were QB Chandler Harnish, (as reported by Rob Staton), and Florida WR Deonte Thompson. This list isn't meant to be official or comprehensive, but should just serve to give you an idea of the positional groups the Hawks are focused on and the types of players they want to bring in. Also noteworthy, the local players from UW and EWU don't count against the official 30-visit tally.
Here's the full list of visits that Davis and I have compiled.
CB Ron Brooks, LSU
CB/S George Iloka, Boise State
DB Donnie Fletcher, Boston College
DB Jeremy Lane, Northwestern State
DT Michael Brockers, LSU
DE/DT Matt Conrath, Virginia
DT Renard Williams, Eastern Washington
LB Danny Trevathan, Kentucky
QB Chandler Harnish, Northern Illinois
RB Derrick Coleman, UCLA
WR/TE/HB Derek Carrier, Beloit
TE Adrien Robinson, Cincinnati
TE David Paulsen
WR Deonte Thompson, Florida
WR Devin Aguilar, Washington
WR Jermaine Kearse, Washington