With the deadline passing for underclassmen to declare, expect more mock drafts to appear over the coming weeks. Yesterday we highlighted Rob Rang's first mock draft for CBS Sportsline where he had the Seahawks selecting Jason Smith (OT, Baylor). For more information on Smith, here's an article by John Werner at the Waco Tribune-Herald with some great insight into the 6'5" 300lbs linemen.
Walter Cherepinsky has a new mock draft published at Walterfootball.com. He still believe Seattle will select Michael Crabtree (WR, Texas Tech) and has recently declared Mark Sanchez going to Kansas City with the third overall pick.
Draft Ace goes in a different direction, choosing Michael Oher as the number one overall pick and suggesting the Seahawks will select Eugene Monroe (OT, Virginia). Michael Crabtree drops to the Oakland Raiders with the seventh pick.
Draft Tek and their computer software has calculated another mock draft. Using a series of data and an updated big board, the Seahawks are selecting (from rounds 1-4) Michael Crabtree, LeSean McCoy (RB, Pittsburgh), Eric Wood (C, Louisville) and Sherrod Martin (S, Troy).
Draft King also has Crabtree going to Seattle, suggesting that the former Red Raider could be the best draft-eligible sophomore to declare since Larry Fitzgerald in 2004.
Bronco Madness think the Seahawks have a big need at wide receiver and will 'pull the trigger' to take Michael Crabtree. It's always interesting to read what fan blogs from other franchises think of the 'Hawks.
Matt Bitonti at Draft Daddy thinks Seattle will go offensive tackle and take senior Michael Oher (OT, Ole Miss) with the fourth pick. Bitonti suggests Oher could be a premium level replacement for the ageing Walter Jones.
I'll be posting an update to my own mock draft later today. To see the current incarnation, click here.