Later today I'll be publishing an update to my own mock draft. The right hand side bar will contain the original top 10 as usual but the article will extend the mock to twenty teams. There will also be a new poll today so keep checking for that.
For the time being, here's some mock drafts to get you in the mood for some playoff football.
Walter Cherepinsky and Matt McGuire from Walterfootball.com both have updated mocks this week. Walter has the 'Hawks taking Michael Crabtree, Matt thinks they'll select Andre Smith.
Draft Tek have used their sophisticated software to calculate a new mock. The Seahawks are selecting Michael Crabtree fourth overall according to their system. In a pleasant surprise, it also calculates that Knowshon Moreno will fall to Seattle in the second round and has Louisville centre Eric Wood heading north west in the third.
Draft King also has the Seahawks taking Michael Crabtree. Pete Dymeck at Sideline Scouting disagrees and has Crabtree falling as far as the fifteenth selection. Instead Seattle pick Michael Oher.
NFL Draft Experts think Seattle will go defense and select Ohio State corner back Malcolm Jenkins.
J.R. Glymph at NFL Draft Blitz says Seattle will have to go offensive tackle if Walter Jones retires. If he returns in 2009, then the Seahawks can't pass up Michael Crabtree.
Shawn Zobel from Draft Headquarters agrees and has the 'Hawks taking the Texas Tech play maker. He also has Seattle taking a corner back in round two, Connecticut's Darius Butler.