Here goes. As usual, let me remind you that i'm not a guy who does a ton of research on all the different draft prospects. Just a dude who watches a lot of football, especially pac 12. So i'm just going with guys that I know. I also really like the idea of taking mostly west coast guys as I believe it makes it more likely that they'll resign with Seattle when the time comes.:
Round 2: Kyle Long, OG/OT, Oregon: Would make an excellent backup linemen as he could play every position except center. But I think he could also be a week 1 starter at guard.
Round 3: Kiko Alonso, LB, Oregon: Another guy who I think could start week 1. Either at outside linebacker, or at middle linebacker if the coaches wanted to push Wagner outside. Wherever Kiko gets drafted I think he'll be a pro bowler by the time his rookie contract is up. He plays mean, he's a bully. Personality fits in perfectly with Seattle's defense.
Round 4: Matt Scott, QB, Arizona: I'm not nearly as high as most here on Scott but I think he'll be fine as a backup to Russell Wilson. I'm not sold on Quinn or Portis.
Round 5: Jonathin Franklin, RB, UCLA: Good compliment to Lynch and Turbin.
Round 5: John Simon, D'line, Ohio State: Just going on Kearly's recomendation on this one.
Round 6: John Boyette, S, Oregon: Sat out last year due to injury otherwise probably would have gone in the 3rd round range. Solid backup for both safety positions and a great special teamer.
Round 7: Random o'linemen, not going to pretend to know who.
Round 7. Ace Sanders, wr/returner South Carolina. dude's electric. A poor man's Tavon Austin without the high end speed.
Round 7: Michael Clay, LB, Oregon. Has a lot of the Russell Wilson factor. Too small to play linebacker in the NFL. But incredible intangibles and one of the best people you'll ever come across.
Round 7: Dustin Hopkins, K, Florida State: I'm not sold on Hauschka.
Yes, lots of Ducks. Before you call me a homer please understand i'm just going with guys that I know, and really do feel that all of these guys would be good value at their draft positions and all could make the Seahawks a better team.