Players who might interest Seahawks with their first fourth-round pick

The Seattle Seahawks have 11 draft picks in the 2015 NFL draft, which takes place April 30 through May 2 in Chicago.

This week while I’m on vacation, I’m going to run a list of players who might be available to the Seahawks at each particular pick (based on most draft boards), taking into consideration the positions of need for the team.

The Seahawks are more tight-lipped about their draft board than any team in the league, as they should be. Any information about players they have an interest in could be used against them, with a team taking that player ahead of them.

So it’s almost impossible to predict the players who interest the Seahawks. But this is a look at players who are expected to go in the round near where the Seahawks are selecting.

The Seahawks traded their first-round pick to New Orleans as part of the deal to acquire tight end Jimmy Graham. Seattle has one pick in the second round, one in the third, three in the fourth, two in the fifth, three in the six and one in the seventh round.

Today is a look at three possibilities for the first of three fourth-round picks, No. 112 overall:

Tony Lippett (6-2, 190) WR, Michigan State -- Lippett was the Big Ten receiver of the year last season. He is a former cornerback who moved to WR as a sophomore, but also played some corner at the end of last season, a good indication of his athletic ability.

Rob Havenstein (6-7, 320) OT, Wisconsin -- Havenstein is a durable mountain of a guy and the typical road-grader blocker the Badgers are known for. He was impressive at the Senior Bowl. Havenstein played in 54 college games and made 41 consecutive starts at right tackle.

Lynden Trail (6-7, 270) DE, Norfolk State -- Trail signed with Florida out of high school, but transferred after Urban Meyer left the school. Trail had 18.5 sacks in his last two years at Norfolk State, along with eight forced fumbles, five fumble recoveries and two interceptions.