Seahawks draft tracker: Who Hawks have taken, which picks are left
The Seahawks’ second day of the 2018 NFL Draft was a lot like their first day.
Danny O’Neil on Seahawks taking RB Rashaad Penny in first round
They had one pick, traded back a few spots and took a player from a southern California college.
The Seahawks traded back from No. 76 to 79 in the third round, adding a seventh-rounder (220) in the process from Pittsburgh, and selected USC defensive lineman Rasheem Green on Friday night.
The Seahawks added that No. 76 pick on Thursday as part of a trade they made with Green Bay to go from 18 to 27, where they picked San Diego State running back Rashaad Penny.
Saturday’s final four rounds will be much busier for Seattle, which entered the day with eight picks, including four in the fifth round. They opened the day by taking UW tight end Will Dissly in the fourth round and are down to seven picks for the day after trading up for punter Michael Dickson.
Here is a breakdown of the Seahawks’ draft picks:
First round: Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego State (27, traded back from 18)
Second round: No picks.
Third round: Rasheem Green, DL, USC (79, traded back from 76)
Fourth round: Will Dissly, TE, Washington (120)
Fifth round: Shaquem Griffin, LB, UCF (141); Tre Flowers, CB, Oklahoma State (146); Michael Dickson, P, Texas (149, traded up from 156); Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio State (168)
Sixth round: 186
Seventh round: 220
Earl Thomas stays put | UW’s Vea to Tampa Bay | Dante Pettis to 49ers