The Seattle Seahawks have plenty of things they need to fix up. No one position is of such huge importance that they need to draft to fill a particular spot. It could be better off for Seattle to just grab someone they think is the most likely to pan out, or draft the best talent available that's left on the board.
Ryan Van Bibber of SB Nation released his latest mock draft, and it has the Seahawks picking Stanford offensive guard David DeCastro with the 12th pick in the 2012 NFL Draft.
It seems odd to see another offensive lineman in the draft for Seattle, but they did a pretty solid job of fixing other areas in free agency. They need someone to replace Robert Gallery. DeCastro is a rare specimen at guard, a guy who might be one of the league's best by October.
Indeed, Seattle doesn't really have any spot that they really need to completely upgrade in this year's draft. DeCastro will be a fine consolation prize though. He's that good.
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