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Tracking the Seahawks 2019 pre-draft visits

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Update: Washington Huskies safety Taylor Rapp recently met with the team

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Leading up to the 2019 NFL Draft from April 25-27, Seahawks fans can work through a few clues (until we get the official clues) about potential players Pete Carroll and John Schneider may have an interest. With Alistair Corp’s Seahawks Draft Board providing a look at the measurements that Seattle has typically looked for among players, our series of draft podcasts, and the list of players below the team has reportedly met with, the hope is that we can come out of a draft recognizing a few of the names.

Players from the 2018 pre-draft visit tracker who ended up on the team via the draft or as an undrafted free agent included linebacker Shaquem Griffin, tight end Will Dissly, defensive tackle Poona Ford, cornerback Simeon Thomas, fullback Khalid Hill, and linebacker Jacob Pugh. Hill and Pugh are the only two who aren’t currently on the roster.

It’s also possible that many of these meetings and pre-draft visits go unreported. Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times mentioned recently that that Rasheem Green, Jacob Martin and Alex McGough all made official visits to the VMAC prior to the draft last year.

Each team is allowed to host as many as 30 prospects leading up to the draft, where they are invited to the team’s facility as part of an official visit. These are generally referred to as “Top 30” visits. But the team also has the opportunity to meet with local prospects, by visiting a prospect’s pro day, at the Senior Bowl, East-West Shrine Game, and at the NFL Scouting Combine. Here is the list of the players tracked to this point:

Seattle Seahawks Pre-Draft Visits

Paul Adams, OL —Missouri (pre-draft meeting)

Nasir Adderley, S — Delaware (Senior Bowl)

Josh Allen, DE — Kentucky (Combine)

Corrion Ballard, S — Utah (Top 30)

Tevis Bartlett, LB — Washington (local visit)

Kendall Blanton, TE — Missouri (pre-draft meeting)

Garrett Bradbury, OL — North Carolina State (pre-draft meeting)

Jake Browning, QB — Washington (Combine)

Sean Bunting, CB — Central Michigan (Top 30)

Hakeem Butler, WR — Iowa State (pre-draft meeting)

Parris Campbell, WR — Ohio State (Top 30)

Cedric Cooper, RB — Central Washington (local visit)

LJ Collier, DE — TCU (Combine and Top 30)

Chase DeMoor, DE — Central Washington (local visit)

Brayden Dickey, TE — New Mexico (local visit)

Andre Dillard, OT — Washington State (Senior Bowl)

Kaden Elliss, LB — Idaho (Top 30)

Matt Fitzpatrick, OL — Duquesne (Pro Day)

Jabril Frazier, LB — Boise State (Pro Day)

Myles Gaskin, RB — Washington (Combine)

Dre Greenlaw, LB — Arkansas (Top 30)

Chancey Gardner-Johnson, FS — Florida (Top 30)

Rashan Gary, DE — Michigan (Top 30)

N’Keal Harry, WR — Arizona State (Top 30)

Amani Hooker, S — Iowa (Combine)

Alec Ingold, FB — Wisconsin (Combine)

Jalen Jelks, DE — Oregon (Senior Bowl)

Lonnie Johnson, CB — Kentucky (Combine)

Drew Lewis, LB — Colorado (Pro Day)

Joe Martin, LB — Idaho State (local visit)

Kaleb McGary, OT — Washington (Combine and local visit)

Gardner Minshew, QB — Washington State (Senior Bowl)

Kyler Murray, QB — Oklahoma (Combine)

Nyquan Murray, WR — Florida State (private workout)

Anthony Nelson, DE — Iowa (pre-draft meeting)

Josh Oliver, TE — San Jose State (Combine)

Peyton Pelluer, LB — Washington State (local visit)

Taylor Rapp, S — Washington (local visit)

Hunter Renfrow, WR — Clemson (pre-draft meeting)

Darnell Savage, S — Maryland (Top 30)

Deebo Samuel, WR — South Carolina (pre-draft meeting)

Jeffery Simmons, DL — Mississippi State (Top 30)

Jace Sternberger, TE — Texas A&M (Top 30)

Connor Strachan, LB — Boston College (Pro Day)

Ty Summers, LB — TCU (Pro Day)

Derrek Thomas, CB — Baylor (private workout and Top 30)

Darwin Thompson, RB — Utah State (Top 30)

Juan Thornhill, S — Virginia (Top 30)

KaVontae Turpin, WR — TCU (Pro Day)

D’Andre Walker, EDGE — Georgia (Top 30)

Anything labeled “pre-draft meeting” is for vague reference about a team who “met with” a particular player or a report about a player meeting with every team or “basically” every team. Most of these reports came around the time of the NFL Scouting Combine, which allows many teams to meet informally with players as well as holding formal interviews.

Continue to follow this page as we make updates leading up to the 2019 draft.