For once, the Seattle Seahawks aren't too particularly concerned about who they end up picking in the 2013 NFL Draft. Seattle is headed to the playoffs this week and looks like a real team on the rise.
So who would they look to take? There aren't many specific needs the Seahawks have to worry about. They have a playmaking quarterback who figures to be a huge problem for years to come. They have one of the best running backs in football and a solid rotation behind him. Their offensive line is stout and they have solid receivers at every spot. Then they have defensive talent everywhere, particularly in the secondary.
So it's possible they'll look to upgrade their talent on the interior, particularly on the defensive line. Rob Rang of CBS Sports has Seattle taking defensive tackle John Jenkins out of Georgia, while Dane Brugler goes with DT Sharrif Floyd out of Georgia. Either of those talents would help improve the run defense on the interior.