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This week we have been taking a look at profiling players that could be selected by the Seahawks draft team. Previously profiled players can be accessed here...

Gladiator Profiled for Seahawks - Tight End

Gladiator Profiled for Seahawks - Cornerback

Gladiator Profiled for Seahawks - Guard

Gladiator Profiled for Seahawks - Defensive Tackle

Let's have some fun and expand this out to a "6-pack" pool of targets that Ruskell most likely would be considering when selecting players from that draft slot.

Players in bold would indicate the preferred player from that round's pool of players.

Second Round (55)

DE LeMarr Woodley (Team leader, nasty, hard worker) Video

DT Justin Harrell (Trade-up necessary, leader, plays run well, good tackler) Video

DE Ikaika Alama-Francis (Phenomenal athlete, very quick for his size) Video

TE Zack Miller (Superb hands, good YAC, very physical, doubtful to slip to 55) Video

CB Marcus McCauley (Tall, athletic, fast, good tackler and supports run well) Video

DE Charles Johnson (Super job versus the run) Video

Third Round (85)

DT Brandon Mebane (Disruptive penetrator who collapses pocket, top motor and intangibles)

OG Andy Alleman (Hard worker, great motor with nasty attitude, former DT)

OG Josh Beekman (Hard worker, good character, would be solid player)

DT Quinn Pitcock (Extremely strong, sound, very good versus the run)

LB Quincy Black (Outstanding athlete with great instincts, can blitz and cover)

DE Dan Bazuin (Aggressive, instinctive and smart, a little small for DE)

Fourth Round (120)

CB Courtney Brown (Tall, fast, athletic, leaper, good special teams player)

TE Kevin Boss (Excellent hands, solid size, good speed, good blocker)

LB HB Blades (Related to Brian, team leader, versatile, good tackler)

C Leroy Harris (4 year starter also played both guard spots)

DT Jay Alford (Can penetrate and make plays behind line)

RB Brandon Jackson (Excellent vision, runs inside and outside well, good receiver)

Fifth Round (161)

DB John Wendling (Very athletic, leaper, very fast for size)

DT Derek Landri (can rush the passer inside)

TE Michael Allan (Raw, good hands, athletic)

CB Usama Young (Good size and speed, solid tackler, impressed Hawks)

LB Dallas Sartz (Instinctive, good range, very good special teamer)

CB CJ Gaddis (Good ball skills, size and speed, good tackler)

Sixth Round (197 and 210)

CB Tim Mixon (Smart, good instincts, breaks up a lot of passes)

OG Tim Duckworth (Strong, powerful, better at the run than pass)

FB Le'ron McClain (He's a load, very good lead blocker)

FB Cory Anderson (Explosive, good athlete, great blocker, can catch)

OG Mike Jones (Nasty, good technician, very experienced)

WR David Ball (Broke Jerry Rice's TD record)

Seventh Round (232)

RB Jackie Battle (Great Pro Day, strong and fast)

C Dustin Fry (Mauler in the run game, can play multiple positions)

WR Syndric Steptoe (Very good return skills)

DE Mkristo Bruce (Intense, strong, leader in the clubhouse)

TE Daniel Coates (Blocking specialist)

OG Dan Santucci (Nasty, hard worker, smart, has upside)

Gladiator Hawk

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