No, not really. I just have a hunch that Seattle will invest at LEO a little later on, and when they do draft a guy in round 3-5, it will probably be someone who's roughly a 3rd round prospect like Brandon Jenkins if he's still there. I get the feeling they won't prioritize LEO, but they'll take one if a terrific value is staring them in the face.
Jenkins is ranked in the late 50s at both mocking the draft and Walter football, but he's not ranked by Rob Rang who's big board ends at 64. Based on talent he's a round 1-2 type guy, but he did miss last season with injury and had a down year before that. Seems like the kind of player that could slide into round 4 or 5 despite a higher grade.