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NFL Draft 2017: Day 3 results open thread

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It is day three of the 2017 NFL Draft, and the Seattle Seahawks are scheduled to select five more times today, including the fourth pick of the morning. Not bad given that they were originally going to have just two day three picks — none before the sixth round — as recently as two days ago.

Here is what the Seahawks have done so far:

35. Malik McDowell, DT, Michigan State

Selection announcement

(Video) College scouting report

Twitter Reacts

The upside and downside of McDowell

McDowell’s mom didn’t want him to go to MSU

Fans give selection of McDowell a ‘B’

58. Ethan Pocic, C/G, LSU

Selection announcement

Twitter Reacts

The Upside and Downside of Pocic

Pocic used to playing in adverse weather conditions

Fans give selection of Pocic a ‘B’

90. Shaquill Griffin, CB, UCF

Selection announcement

Twitter Reacts

Griffin turned out bigger schools so he could play with brother

95. Delano Hill, S, Michigan

Selection announcement

Twitter Reacts

The upside and downside of HIll

102. Nazair Jones, DT, UNC

Selection announcement

Jones has rugged medical story

106. Amara Darboh, WR, Michigan

Selection announcement

Twitter Reacts to Jones and Darboh

Darboh: The “other” Michigan WR

The upside and downside of Darboh

111. Tedric Thompson, S, Colorado

Selection announcement

The upside and downside of Thompson

187. Mike Tyson, S, Cincinnati

Selection announcement

210. Justin Senior, OL, Mississippi State

Selection announcement

226. David Moore, WR, East Central (OK)

249. Christopher Carson, RB, Oklahoma State


Seahawks stock up on defensive interior and secondary talent on Day 2

Fans giving draft class a ‘B’ so far, with ‘C’ not lagging too far behind

3000 NFL Mock Draft: Rob Staton’s live reactions to Seattle’s six picks