Which teams fared the best -- and worst -- in this year's draft? Mel Kiper runs through all 32 teams' classes.
Sure, Christian McCaffrey and Jamal Adams were amazing picks, but so were a few late-round QBs and even a Division II TE.
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- 2 (3)Malik McDowellMichigan StateDT
- 2 (26)Ethan PocicLSUC
- 3 (26)Shaquill GriffinUCFCB
- 3 (31)Delano HillMichiganS
- 3 (38)Nazair JonesNorth CarolinaDT
- 3 (42)Amara DarbohMichiganWR
- 4 (4)Tedric ThompsonColoradoS
- 6 (3)Mike TysonCincinnatiS
- 6 (26)Justin SeniorMississippi StateOT
- 7 (8)David MooreEast CentralWR
- 7 (31)Christopher CarsonOklahoma StateRB
Here is the 2017 Seahawks draft class: Michigan St. DT Malik McDowell (2nd round, 35th overall), LSU OL Ethan Pocic (2nd round, 58th), Central Florida CB Shaquill Griffin (3rd round, 90th), Michigan safety Delano Hill (3rd round, 95th), North Carolina DT Nazair Jones (3rd round, 102nd), Michigan WR Amara Darboh (3rd round, 106th), Colorado safety Tedric Thompson (4th round, 111th), Cincinnati DB Mike Tyson (6th round, 187th), Mississippi St. OL Justin Senior (6th round, 210th), East Central Oklahoma WR David Moore (7th round, 226th), Oklahoma St. RB Chris Carson (7th round, 249th).
With the 249th pick (seventh round), the Seahawks selected Oklahoma State running back Chris Carson. Carson (6 feet, 218 pounds) is a plus athlete. He carried 82 times for 559 yards (6.82 YPC) and nine touchdowns last season. In 2015, he averaged just 3.95 YPC. Carson will have to impress this summer to earn a spot on the 53-man roster.
With the 226th pick (seventh round), the Seahawks selected East Central Oklahoma WR David Moore (6-foot-1, 219 pounds). He caught 57 passes for 878 yards and 10 touchdowns last season and ran a 4.43 40-yard dash during his Pro Day, per the Houston Chronicle. During his junior year, Moore had 1,079 yards and 13 touchdowns. He's the second wide receiver that the team has selected and will have to compete for a roster spot.
With the 210th pick (sixth round), the Seahawks have selected offensive tackle Justin Senior out of Mississippi State. Senior (6-foot-5, 331 pounds) has 34-inch arms and started 39 games (38 at right tackle, one at left tackle) over the last three years. He tested poorly from an athleticism standpoint and will have to battle for a roster spot this summer.
With the 187th pick (sixth round), the Seahawks have selected Cincinnati safety Mike Tyson. Tyson started 23 games for the Bearcats, seeing action at safety, corner and nickel. He had five interceptions last year and seven during his career. Tyson is the fourth defensive back and third safety that the Seahawks have selected. He may have to prove himself on special teams to earn a roster spot.
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