Among the prospects that are at least 50/50 to reach the 32nd pick or later, are there any that you feel strongly will be looked back upon in a few years time as a great pick? For Seattle.
This isn't about picks being "safe" or "high upside", it's just an abstract "gut feel" thing. Any options you have a gut feel will be good NFL players that Seattle might be able to consider?
For me it's Allen Robinson, but I'm not sure if he's fast enough for PC/JS to draft him. Though he's not as fast as Tate, his short area quickness is pretty similar, as are his natural receiving skills and college production. Would fit in really nice at punt returner. The guy just has "it" at receiver, all the instincts are plainly evident. He plays hard too. He really is like a blend of Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin. I think there is a really good chance he could be there at #64 too.
Much later in the draft, I think Devin Street is very likely to pan out as a #2 or #3 starter in the NFL. He needs to add bulk, but he's about as talented a WR as you'll ever find on day 3 of the draft. Good athlete and a great route runner with excellent instincts.
Offensive line is relatively good but there isn't anybody who I feel is a slam dunk. There are a few RB/TE/QB options I think could be steals, but they don't fit Seattle.
Honestly, I haven't seen any defensive players that give me that Lavonte-David-surefire-awesome vibe from picks 32 on. The closest is Kyle Van Noy as an OLB, but he's probably not fast enough for Seattle. Van Noy reminds me some of Kiko Alonso, I think he could really surprise people at middle linebacker. He would learn the position fast. I have a hard time seeing him bust, unless some team is stupid and drafts him to play 4-3 DE.