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3000 NFL Mock Draft: Reviewing the Seahawks 2018 draft class

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NCAA Football: Utah at Washington Jennifer Buchanan-USA TODAY Sports

This week on 3000 NFL Mock Draft, Rob Staton of SeahawksDraftBlog.com joins Kenneth (that’s me) to talk about the Seahawks 2018 draft class. Here is it once again:

Rashaad Penny, RB

Rasheem Green, DE

Will Dissly, TE

Shaquem Griffin, OLB

Tre Flowers, CB

Michael Dickson, P

Jamarco Jones, OT

Jacob Martin, DE

Alex McGough, QB

It’s perhaps the most interesting class during the tenure of John Schneider and Pete Carroll that’s stretched from 2010 to now. That doesn’t mean it will be a success - or a failure - it just means that almost every pick would stand out on its own in most years. A first round running back, a 20-year-old defensive end, a local kid, the twin brother of one of Seattle’s brightest young stars, a conversion project, a punter, a quarterback ... There’s so much to talk about here, and me and Rob do that for just about two hours. Stay tuned to the end!