2023 NFL DRAFT
Seattle Seahawks Draft Tracker: Picks, coverage details
Apr 27, 2023, 8:58 AM | Updated: Apr 29, 2023, 3:49 pm
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Update April 29: With the NFL Draft having concluded, for full details, please read our Seattle Seahawks draft breakdown post at this link.
Are you ready for the biggest draft in the history of the Seattle Seahawks?
Well, that sure looks like what this weekend is shaping up to be. The Seahawks have 10 picks over the annual three-day NFL Draft, including two each in both the first round and the second round. That’s right – that Russell Wilson trade to the Denver Broncos is still paying off.
Thanks to the deal with Denver, not only do the Seahawks have an additional pick in the first round, but at No. 5 overall, it’s their highest pick ever under current general manager John Schneider and head coach Pete Carroll, who joined the team in 2010.
So what are the Hawks going to do with that pick? We’ve only been talking about it for months, dissecting every possible angle, and if you want our opinions, click the link below to see what each of the voices of Seattle Sports say they want to see Pete and John do.
Seattle Sports voices share their picks for the Seahawks at No. 5
As we do every NFL Draft, we’ll have the whole thing covered from head to toe Thursday, Friday and Saturday both on Seattle Sports 710 AM and right here on SeattleSports.com. Below, we’re keeping track of all 10 picks for the Hawks, plus find the details on Seattle Sports’ coverage.
2023 Seattle Seahawks Draft Picks
NFL Draft taking place in downtown Kansas City
• Day 1
First round – No. 5 (from Denver): Devon Witherspoon, CB, Illinois (Story | Reaction)
First round – No. 20: Jaxon Smith-Njigma, WR, Ohio State (Story | Reaction)
• Day 2
Second round – No. 37 (from Denver): Darick Hall, LB, Auburn (Story)
Second round – No. 52: Zach Charbonnet, RB, UCLA (Story)
Third round – No. 83 Traded to Denver for No. 108 and 2024 third-round pick
• Day 3
Fourth round – No. 108 (from Denver): Anthony Bradford, OG, LSU (Story)
Fourth round – No. 123: Cameron Young, DT, Mississippi State (Story)
Fifth round – No. 151 (from Pittsburgh): Mike Morris, DE, Michigan (Story)
Fifth round – No. 154: Olusegun Oluwatimi, C, Michigan (Story)
Sixth round – No. 198: Jerrick Reed II, S, New Mexico (Story)
Seventh round – No. 237: Kenny McIntosh, RB, Georgia (Story)
Listen back to Seattle Sports’ Draft Show
THURSDAY’S FIRST ROUND COVERAGE
• John Schneider Show & Pre-Draft Show podcast
• Hour 1 podcast
• Hour 2 podcast
• Hour 3 podcast
• Hour 4 podcast
Find more Seattle Seahawks draft coverage on the Seattle Sports draft page