18. Seattle Seahawks: Creed Humphrey, C, Oklahoma
If the Seahawks are in the market for a center in the 2021 NFL Draft, they couldn’t ask for a better scenario than this.
I don’t think Humphrey would have ranked too far behind a player like Cesar Ruiz in the 2020 NFL Draft had he declared, even as a redshirt sophomore.
Humphrey has a wrestling background and it shows up in the way he plays with his scrappy, aggressive mentality. He does a great job getting everything lined up as the man in charge of calling out protections.
Humphrey is strong and likes to be a bully on the interior offensive line.
The Seahawks have to deal with some of the best defensive line play in the NFL coming from Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Arizona.
Humphrey can help them deal with some of those interior pass rushers trying to get after Russell Wilson.