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Poll: What’s your current grade for the Seattle Seahawks’ 2017 NFL Draft?

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We have one day left in the 2017 NFL Draft and the Seattle Seahawks have four more picks (maybe more, maybe less depending on whether or not they’re in the mood for more trading). So far the Seahawks have drafted the following played:

Related: Follow the entire 2017 NFL Draft through SB Nation’s special draft tracker

Malik McDowell, Defensive Lineman (35th overall)
Ethan Pocic, Offensive Lineman (58th overall)
Shaquill Griffin, Cornerback (90th overall)
Delano Hill, Safety (95th overall)
Nazair Jones, Defensive Lineman (102nd overall)
Amara Darboh, Wide Receiver (106th overall)

Remaining Seahawks draft picks:

Round 3: 95 (from Falcons), 102, 106

Round 4: 111 (from 49ers)

Round 5: n/a

Round 6: 187 (from Jaguars), 210

Round 7: 226, 249 (from Falcons)

Related: 2017 NFL Draft Day 2 results

So far the Seahawks have looked to provide more depth on the defensive interior and in the secondary. On the offensive front, Pocic was a center at LSU but can play guard (and has a little experience at tackle), so we’ll find out what the Seahawks have in store for the big guy. Darboh is the latest wide receiver to go to the Seahawks in day two, following in the footsteps of Golden Tate, Paul Richardson, and Tyler Lockett.

Some fans may be pleased with the haul thus far, some may have mixed feelings, while others could be infuriated that they didn’t get at least one of Kevin King (Green Bay) Budda Baker (Arizona), Obi Melifonwu (Oakland), or Forrest Lamp (LA Chargers). How have you graded the Seahawks moves heading into the final day of this year’s draft? Answer in the poll below and also feel free to state your reasons in the comments section, keeping in mind we’ll revisit these remarks in 2023.


What’s your current grade for the Seattle Seahawks’ 2017 NFL Draft?

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