Monday April 27th, 2015

The Seattle Seahawks have 11 selections in the 2015 NFL draft, though the team does not have a first round pick.

That pick was traded to the New Orleans Saints last month along with center Max Unger in exchange for All-Pro tight end Jimmy Graham and a fourth-round pick.

Seattle also has an extra pick in the sixth round that came from the New York Jets in last fall’s trade of Percy Harvin to Gang Green.

The Seahawks traded their a sixth-round pick to the Indianapolis Colts last August for cornerback Marcus Burley.

Seattle also has compensatory picks in the fourth and fifth rounds along with two compensatory selections in the sixth round.

The Seahawks added cornerbacks Cary Williams from the Philadelphia Eagles and Will Blackmon from the Jacksonville Jaguars. They also signed nose tackle Ahtyba Rubin from the Cleveland Browns.

Coming off back-to-back Super Bowl appearances, the Seahawks enter the draft with needs on the offensive and defensive lines. 

Below are the selections Seattle has in the draft:

Round 2, Pick 31 (63rd overall)

Round 3, Pick 31 (95th overall)

Round 4, Pick 13 (112th overall)

Round 4, Pick 31 (130th overall)

Round 4, Pick 35 (134th overall)

Round 5, Pick 31 (167th overall)

Round 5, Pick 34 (170th overall)

Round 6, Pick 5 (181st overall)

Round 6, Pick 33 (209th overall)

Round 6, Pick 38 (214th overall)

Round 7, Pick 31 (248th overall)

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