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NFL Mock Draft 2012: All Seven Rounds of Seattle Seahawks Picks

Chad Reuter of fame is a bad, bad man. He's been putting in the man hours so you don't have to, studying the science on what you need in his incredibly detailed seven-round mock draft, diving deep into each and every pick of the 2012 NFL draft.

Here are his selections for the Seattle Seahawks for every round aside from the fifth, where they do not have a pick. Reuter has a nice mix of offensive and defensive talents chose by Pete Carroll and Co., even choosing a quarterback with their very last pick. Reuter also makes this a no-trade mock draft, but there always is that possibility once the draft begins.

First round:

12. Melvin Ingram, DE/OLB, South Carolina. Improving the team's pass rush is a priority, and Pete Carroll might momentarily suspend his penchant for long defenders to bring in a playmaker like Ingram.

Second round:

43. Bobby Wagner, LB, Utah State. A versatile player for a team in need of talent throughout the linebacker corps.

Third round:

75. Orson Charles, TE, Georgia. Charles might not be the biggest TE, but Pete Carroll would love his competitiveness.

Fourth round:

106. George Iloka, S, Boise State. Iloka meets the Seahawks' size/speed requirements and would be a valued reserve/special teamer.

(No fifth round pick)

Sixth Round:

181. Donnie Fletcher, CB, Boston College

Seventh Round:

225. Chandler Harnish, QB, Northern Illinois

If the Seahawks completed a draft like this, I think they would be satisfied with the players they got in the positions they picked them.

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