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Seattle Seahawks 2020 UDFA tracker

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With the 2020 NFL Draft in the books for the Seattle Seahawks, it’s time for the games to begin for John Schneider and the Seahawks’ personnel staff. Undrafted free agency has been a goldmine in itself for Seattle under Schneider and Pete Carroll, and this year brings a world of possibilities with such a unique draft process.

While last year’s crop of rookie free agents brought little to the 53-man roster—with nose tackle Bryan Mone leading the charge—the Seahawks have consistently found value here since 2010. Doug Baldwin, Jermaine Kearse, Thomas Rawls, George Fant and Poona Ford, among others, have all contributed at a high level in Seattle after going undrafted.

All of the Seahawks’ UDFA signings for 2020 will be tracked right here. Following the 2020 NFL Draft, Seattle has 12 roster spots open.

Note: These are rumored moves, or moves announced by players/agents.

The Seahawks are kicking off their UDFA signings with linebacker Eli Mencer, from the University of Albany.

Seattle exited the draft with just one quarterback on the roster, but they doubled it soon after. Washington State’s Anthony Gordon is expected to sign with the team as a UDFA.

Baylor safety Chris Miller is signing with the Seahawks.

Stony Brook CB Gavin Heslop is headed to Seattle, per News Day Sports’ Nick Klopsis.

Seattle didn’t add a defensive tackle through the draft, but quickly scooped up Troy’s Marcus Webb in rookie free agency.

ESPN’s Adam Schefter is reporting the Seahawks are signing FIU RB Anthony Jones.

Another cornerback headed to Seattle: Oklahoma State’s Kemah Siverand.

Louisville wide receiver Seth Dawkins is signing with the Seahawks, according to the player’s Twitter account.

Texas A&M’s Debione Renfro, a cornerback, is reportedly signing with Seattle.

Another tight end for the Seahawks, with Maryland’s Tyler Mabry announcing he is headed to Seattle.

A second defensive tackle is signing with the Seahawks: Southeast Missouri State’s Josh Avery.

All 12 of Seattle’s open roster spots appear to be filled, following news of former Husky Aaron Fuller’s signing.

A 13th player, Tommy Champion—an OT from Mississippi State—is connected with the Seahawks as a UDFA. For Seattle to add 13 (or more) UDFA signings, they would need to make roster moves elsewhere.

Texas A&M DB Debione Renfro has signed with the Seahawks