It’s now been almost two weeks since the Seattle Seahawks added a whopping three whole new players in the 2021 NFL Draft, and with rookie minicamp set to start Friday, the team has yet to officially announce its undrafted free agent class. That is likely to change later Thursday or Friday, as the team will likely announce its official UDFA class once the players are in the facility and able to sign their paperwork. However, in advance of rookie minicamp Thursday, the Hawks announced the addition of four non-rookie rookies.
The four players who the Seahawks added were:
- Safety Joshua Moon, who played college football at Georgia Southern
- Defensive Tackle Walter Palmore, who played college football at Missouri
- Defensive End Marcus Webb, who played college football at Troy and
- Safety LaDarius Wiley, who played college football at Vanderbilt.
Wiley, Moon and Palmore all last played college football in 2018 and entered the NFL in the spring of 2019, while Webb signed with the Seahawks in 2020 as an undrafted free agent, but was released at the end of training camp.