Steve Raible of the Seahawks Radio Network makes Seattle's second pick in round one for NFL.com's beat mock draft. He took Derrick Morgan with the 6th overall pick and makes his case for taking C.J. Spiller with the 14th selection.
Pat Kirwan updates his mock draft, giving the Seahawks Gerald McCoy and C.J. Spiller. It's a pipe dream in my opinion. It will be completely mind blowing if the Lions don't take Ndamukong Suh or Gerald McCoy - with the other going to Tampa Bay. In my opinion, it's as much of a lock as Bradford-to-St. Louis. The Rob Sims trade, if anything, just further increases the likelihood of Suh or McCoy to Detroit.
Evan Silva's updated mock draft has the Seahawks taking Anthony Davis and Kyle Wilson. I think the Davis pick has real potential if he's still there at #6, although I still project in my mocks he'll be going to Washington at #4. The Wilson pick would be a bit left field.
Rob Rang's latest mock draft contains a revelation - Russell Okung has an identical twin also called Russell Okung and the pair will be drafted at #4 and #5 by Washington and Kansas City. Somewhere, there's a proud Mr. Okung (maybe he's called Russell too). Rang's comment that Seattle have 'backed themselves into a corner' in the Whitehurst trade regarding a left tackle is bizarre to say the least, considering the only offensive lineman he has going between picks #40 and #60 is Vladimir Ducasse.
Matt McGuire discusses where Jimmy Clausen will go in the draft post McNabb trade. To be brutally honest, WalterFootball.com have been telling us Clausen was a lock to go #1... then a lock to go #4. They've been very critical/abusive of Todd McShay in particular, who has never been convinced by Clausen's stock as a top ten pick. McGuire is now talking about a draft day slide - just like McShay has for most of the year.
Scott Carasik's new site and mock draft get a big thumbs up for aesthetics. Great design and love the touch of class the jersey's bring to the projection. He has the Seahawks taking C.J. Spiller and Charles Brown in round one.