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Seahawks All-Time Fantasy Mock Draft: Rounds 21-25

What would a "Field of Dreams" style fantasy roster featuring current and former Seahawks look like? The All Seahawks writing staff took on the challenge by drafting their own all-time rosters via snake draft. Which players heard their names called in rounds 21-25?

Set to kick off their 47th season as an NFL franchise later this month, the Seahawks have had no shortage of star power during their nearly five decades of existence since beginning play in 1976.

In a world without realism, what would a fantasy team featuring Seattle legends from different eras playing together look like? During the heat of the offseason, while the teams won't be seen on an actual field, our All Seahawks writing staff attempted to find out by conducting a 25-round fantasy draft featuring only current and former Seahawks available to select.

How did the rosters shake out? Closing out the series, here's a look at five separate Seahawks Ultimate Fantasy teams after rounds 21-25 of the mock draft simulation, including round, pick number, selection, and a quick rundown on the player's NFL career.

Shaquill Griffin
D.J. Reed
Jadeveon Clowney

General Manager: Corbin Smith

Previous Selections: Kenny Easley, Matt Hasselbeck, Shaun Alexander, Dave Brown, Max Unger, Duane Brown, Tyler Lockett, Rufus Porter, Keith Butler, John Randle, Edwin Bailey, Bobby Engram, John Harris, Pete Kendall, Carlos Dunlap, Zach Miller, Terry Wooden, Dwayne Harper, Breno Giacomini, Jon Ryan

Round 21 (5): Jadeveon Clowney, Defensive End

Formerly a No. 1 overall pick for the Texans, Clowney broke into the NFL carrying lofty expectations as the league's next superstar pass rusher. While he never has developed into the pass rusher many expected after an outstanding college career at South Carolina State, he dominated as a run defender in his lone season with the Seahawks in 2019, producing 31 tackles, 13 quarterback hits, and an interception returned for a touchdown.

Round 22 (1): Michael Robinson, Fullback

Converting from a college quarterback at Penn State, Robinson initially entered the NFL as a running back and special teams ace with the 49ers, rushing for 287 yards and catching 37 passes in four seasons. Signing with the Seahawks as a free agent in 2010, he transitioned to fullback and evolved into a top-tier lead blocker for Marshawn Lynch, helping "Beast Mode" rush for over 1,200 yards in three consecutive seasons playing together as a backfield tandem. He made his lone Pro Bowl in 2011 and captured a Super Bowl title in his final season in 2013.

Round 23 (5): Nate Burleson, Receiver/Return Specialist

Signed by the Seahawks in a bit of a retaliatory move after the Vikings stole All-Pro guard Steve Hutchinson during free agency, Burleson had a sluggish first season with the franchise. But he followed up by catching 50 passes and scoring 10 touchdowns in 2007, including returning a punt for a score. He lost most of the 2008 season with a torn ACL, but bounced back by posting 812 yards and returning both a kickoff and a punt for a touchdown in his fourth and final year in Seattle. He remains one of three players in franchise history to return both a kick and punt for touchdowns.

Round 24 (1): Josh Brown, Kicker

A seventh-round selection out of Nebraska, Brown enjoyed one of the finest seasons by a Seahawks kicker in 2004, nailing 92 percent of his 25 field goal attempts for the NFC West champions. Though he never quite returned to that form in his final three years with the organization, he left after 2007 ranked third all-time in Seattle history for field goals made and currently ranks fourth on the list.

Round 25 (5): Tony McDaniel, Defensive Tackle

Over his first seven NFL seasons with the Dolphins and Saints, McDaniel started a grand total of five games and the former undrafted free agent only had one season with more than 20 tackles. But he emerged as a late bloomer with the Seahawks, vaulting into the starting lineup for the eventual Super Bowl champions in 2013 and contributing 53 tackles and 2.0 sacks. In three seasons with the franchise, he amassed 126 tackles, five pass deflections, and a pair of sacks while starting 39 games total.

Did you miss the first five rounds of the first-annual Seahawks All-Time Fantasy Mock Draft? Check out every pick from the first five rounds here, every pick from round 6-10 here, every pick from round 11-15 here, and every pick from round 16-20 here.