3. Seattle Seahawks
Another team with excellent draft capital in the 2023 NFL Draft (four picks in the top 51) can maneuver about the board as they please (should they find trade partners of course). The Seattle Seahawks have really pushed it out there with the quarterbacks in this class, making the selfie rounds at every pro day.
Would Arizona actually move to let Seattle take a quarterback? Probably not, but a quarterback could fall to them at pick five. Both Anthony Richardson and Will Levis are great fits for Seattle and the Geno Smith contract doesn’t have ridiculous commitment parameters.
Instead, there’s a chance that the Seahawks will have two of Anderson, Wilson, and Carter on the board at pick five. Tyree Wilson is exactly the player that the Seahawks front office has typically loved, a true disruptor up front that helps the pass rush immediately. Seattle might be the best organization for Jalen Carter as well.
At 20, things could get truly wild. They could be in on Torrence there as well as they look to complete the offensive line overhaul. If Seattle wants to be the first to get to a center, John Michael Schmitz is waiting. Corner could be in play too. Joey Porter Jr., Deonte Banks, or (WILD CARD ALERT) Julius Brents to play opposite Tariq Woolen. Don’t rule out Jaxon Smith-Njigba either as the heir apparent to Tyler Lockett.
Nose tackle, corner, receiver, even tight end are positions to watch for with the Seahawks as they work into Friday. After one great overhaul, they are in position for another just a year later.