It’s Day 2 of the 2021 NFL Draft, and that means that the Seattle Seahawks will make a selection. The Hawks sat out the first day of the draft, something to which fans are not unaccustomed, with Pete Carroll and John Schneider having traded out of the first round multiple times in their decade plus together in the northwest. This year, of course, was slightly different in that the player for which they traded the first round selection spent the 2020 season on the field for the team, though fans are certainly excited for how the team will use pick number 56 overall in the second round Friday night.
So, with that said, to look at the best available players remaining, we turn to the 2021 NFL Draft Consensus Big Board, which Arif Hasan of The Athletic assembles from a selection of more than 70 Big Boards. What position of need, or what position which is not a need, Pete and John decide to address on Friday evening will be known within a matter of hours, so the time left to speculate about who the team will add is running short. In any case, of the 300 players on the Consensus Big Board, here are the 32 highest ranking players that were not selected Thursday.
Top remaining players on the 2021 NFL Draft Consensus Big Board heading into Day 2
|17||Jeremiah Owusu-Koramoah||Notre Dame||LB|
|21||Teven Jenkins||Oklahoma State||OT|
|34||Elijah Moore||Ole Miss||WRS|
|35||Terrace Marshall Jr.||LSU||WR|
|36||Javonte Williams||North Carolina||RB|
|40||Asante Samuel Jr.||Florida State||NCB|
|44||Liam Eichenberg||Notre Dame||OT|
|47||Pat Freiermuth||Penn State||TE|
|49||Carlos Basham Jr.||Wake Forest||DL5T|
|50||Dillon Radunz||North Dakota State||OT|
|53||Wyatt Davis||Ohio State||OG|
|62||Dyami Brown||North Carolina||WR|
Whether Pete and John stay and pick or whether they trade down will be known shortly. In the meantime, of the best available remaining players, which would you most like to see added to the Seattle roster Friday evening?