Saturday has arrived, meaning it’s Day 3 of the 2022 NFL Draft. The Seattle Seahawks enter Day 3 having made four selections over the first two days of the draft and set to make four more picks as the draft closes out. The players picked by head coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider to help the Hawks retool going forward have been:
- 1.9: LT Charles Cross of Mississippi State,
- 2.40: EDGE Boye Mafe of Minnesota
- 2.41: RB Kenneth Walker III of Michigan State and
- 3.72: RT Abe Lucas of Washington State
It’s obvious that the team came into the draft with the intention of improving in the trenches, so it’s no surprise that three of the first four players selected have been those who ply their trade in the trenches. Now it’s time to see if that is a trend that will hold on Day 3, or if the Seahawks will change course Saturday.
The picks the they hold on Day 3 of the draft are
- 7.229 and
the Seahawks started Day 3 off by adding CB Coby Bryant at pick 109, Tariq Woolen at pick 153, DE Tyreke Smith at pick 155 and WR Bo Melton at pick 229. Now they have used the second of their two seventh round selections to add Dareke Young of Lenoir-Rhyneto the roster.
In what is scheduled to be their final pick of the 2022 draft, the #Seahawks selected WR Dareke Young from Lenoir-Rhyne— Tim Booth (@ByTimBooth) April 30, 2022
Welcome to Seattle, Dareke Young!