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Seahawks 2022 NFL Draft Tracker: Keep up with picks and trades

Apr 28, 2022, 2:03 PM | Updated: Apr 30, 2022, 3:21 pm

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A video board displays for a Seahawks selection during the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft. (Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

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Note: With the 2022 NFL Draft having concluded, we have a more comprehensive look at the full Seahawks draft class in our annual breakdown post at this link.

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The biggest NFL Draft in over a decade for the Seattle Seahawks is here.

Stacy Rost’s Seahawks Draft Primer: Everything you need to know

The Hawks entered the annual three-day event with eight picks, including their first in the top 10 overall since 2010, and even their first higher than 27th overall since 2012.

How’d they get that pick? Oh, they just traded franchise quarterback Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos for a package headlined by that No. 9 selection, signaling a new era in Seattle football.

We’ll have every pick and trade made by the Seahawks throughout the weekend covered here, with links out to full stories and more. And be sure to watch the video stream on the front page of SeattleSports.com with our usual expert analysis from Seattle Sports Station’s football insiders and commentators including Brock Huard, Dave Wyman, Jake Heaps, Michael Bumpus, Stacy Rost, Bob Stelton and Mike Salk. For more details including a schedule of the stream, click here.

We will update this post after every bit of Seahawks news. Here’s a look at all the picks owned by Seattle.

First round (Thursday)

No. 9 overall (acquired via trade from Broncos): Charles Cross, OT, Mississippi State

Full story | Brock Huard’s take | Mississippi State coach Mike Leach on Cross

Second round (Friday)

No. 40 overall (acquired via trade from Broncos): Boye Mafe, EDGE, Minnesota

Full story | Reaction from Dave Wyman and Michael Bumpus

No. 41 overall: Kenneth Walker, RB, Michigan State

Full story | Reaction from Wyman, Bumpus and Brock Huard

Third round (Friday)

No. 72 overall: Abraham Lucas, OT, WSU

Full story | Reaction from Bumpus

Fourth round (Saturday)

No. 109 overall (acquired via trade from Jets): Coby Bryant, CB, Cincinnati

Full story

Fifth round (Saturday)

No. 145 overall (acquired via trade from Broncos): Traded to Kansas City for picks 158 and 233

No. 153 overall: Tariq Woolen, CB, UTSA

Full story

No. 158 overall (acquired from Kansas City): Tyreke Smith, EDGE, Ohio State

Full story

Seventh round (Saturday)

No. 229 overall: Bo Melton, WR, Rutgers

Full story

No. 233 overall (acquired from Kansas City): Dareke Young, WR, Lenoir-Rhyne

Full story

UW Huskies CB Trent McDuffie drafted 21st overall by KC

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