The Seahawks went very heavy on offense in the 2016 draft
SEATTLE – Turns out, the Seattle Seahawks wanted to beef up their offense.
The Seahawks closed out the 2016 draft with two picks in the second round, continuing a three-day trend by selecting two more offensive players in Cal receiver Kenny Lawler and Clemson running back Zac Brooks.
Brooks, the team’s final pick, was the third running back the Seahawks selected and the eight offensive player out of 10 total picks.
Here’s a complete rundown of the team’s picks in the three-day draft:
First round: Texas A&M offensive lineman Germain Ifedi
Second round: Alabama defensive tackle Jarran Reed
Third round: Notre Dame running back C.J. Prosise
Third round: Ohio State tight end Nick Vannett
Third round: Boise State offensive lineman Rees Odhiambo
Fifth round: Maryland defensive tackle Quinton Jefferson
Fifth round: Arkansas running back Alex Collins
Sixth round: TCU center Joey Hunt
Seventh round: Cal receiver Kenny Lawler
Seventh round: Clemson running back Zac Brooks