Todd McShay’s third NFL mock draft for 2014 is out on ESPN Insider today. The Super Bowl champion Seattle Seahawks are loaded, and should very much be back in the mix to repeat next year. But there are a few spots that could use attention.
Sidney Rice and Red Bryant are gone already, and free agency could strip them of Golden Tate, Breno Giacomini, Michael Bennett and other significant players. That would leave the door open for what direction Seattle goes at the very end of Round 1. They covet defensive linemen and could go that way, and should consider adding another cornerback rather high in this draft, especially if they are hit hard at that position in free agency.
A pass-catcher is certainly an option at 32, but to me, the best scenario would be Seattle selecting a big powerful right tackle/guard type, as their offensive line was the weakest area of their team in 2013.
Whom does McShay have the Seahawks drafting at No. 32? Let’s take a look: