Steve Wyche has published an updated mock draft on NFL.com. He's recently been reporting that Seattle are targetting an offensive playmaker in the first round, so has the Seahawks taking Michael Crabtree fourth overall. He again touts the possibility of a potential trade down as we discussed earlier this week.
Pat Kirwan has also published a new mock for NFL.com. He has a different slant on things, predicting the Detroit Lions will take an offensive lineman with the first pick. This means Matt Stafford falls to the fourth pick, with Seattle banking him as a future replacement for Matt Hasselbeck. Surprisingly, Aaron Curry falls all the way to Green Bay at ninth overall.
Matt McGuire thinks the Seahawks will draft Crabtree. He also thinks Tim Ruskell will take a running back in the second round (LeSean McCoy, Pitt). "Despite the recent signing of T.J. Houshmandzadeh, the Seahawks will still identify wide receiver as a need." - McGuire
Draft Tek and their sophisticated software has come up with a new prediction. Aaron Curry is slated to go first overall - perhaps unlikely since the Lions traded for Julian Peterson. Jason Smith falls to the Seahawks fourth overall, with running back McCoy again the pick in round two.
Q.I. Sports has an unusual train of thought. Matt Stafford, Michael Crabtree and Eugene Monroe all absent in the top five picks? Could it happen? The Seahawks take USC quarter back Mark Sanchez with their first round pick. Stafford falls to the 49ers with the 10th pick.