Kevin C. Cox
The Seahawks aren't thinking about the draft right now, but that won't stop analysts from figuring out who the team may select in April.
The Seattle Seahawks don't yet know where they will be picking in the first round of the 2013 NFL Draft, but it is certain that they will be nowhere higher that 21st as they take part of the playoffs. With the college football season winding down, mock drafts are now revving up and CBS Sports has a pair of experts projecting which players will end up where.
Rob Rang suggests the Seahawks will address the wide receiver position by grabbing Tennessee's Cordarrelle Patterson with the 26th overall selection. Dane Brugler thinks the Seahawks will be looking at the other side of the ball for defensive tackle Shariff Floyd out of Florida.
Seattle has been highly successful in the draft recently. Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner have both held down starting jobs in their rookie seasons. Bruce Irvin and Robert Turbin are also making an impact in specialized roles. Seattle will likely be looking to add more players like Irvin and Turbin in the draft.