Post-combine draft targets for the Seahawks

Indiana offensive lineman Jason Spriggs is among the player Seahawks fans should keep an eye on as the draft approaches. Brian Spurlock/USA TODAY Sports

The 2016 scouting combine concluded Monday, but the draft process will continue in the coming weeks with pro days, prospect visits and private workouts.

Based on the results in Indianapolis, here are five prospects Seattle Seahawks fans should be familiar with.

Jason Spriggs, OL, Indiana -- The Seahawks are in clear need of offensive line help, and with their three picks last year, they seemed to put a premium on athleticism. Spriggs (6-6, 301) tested well, although he finished just sixth among offensive linemen in Zach Whitman's SPARQ rankings. Spriggs was a four-year starter for the Hoosiers. He does not have plus height/length, but could still attract the Seahawks. He told reporters he feels "more natural" at left tackle than right. Spriggs is expected to be a first- or second-round pick.

Germain Ifedi, OL, Texas A&M -- According to draft analyst Tony Pauline, the Seahawks are showing interest in the 6-6, 324 pounder. Ifedi has experience playing guard and right tackle.

"I like both positions," he told reporters. "I play both positions, and I think I've excelled at both positions. I don't prefer either one. Wherever they want me to play, I'll play and enjoy it."

Ifedi has 36-inch arms and tested well in Indy. With versatility, length and athleticism, he's a player whose stock could rise the closer we get to the draft.

Andrew Billings, DT, Baylor -- He didn't knock the testing out of the park, but Billings (6-1, 311) continues to be a name to watch. This is considered a deep draft at defensive line, and he's a player who has upside as a disruptive interior lineman. Billings was asked who he compares his game to.

"Vince Wilfork," he told reporters. "He really has the attack off the ball like that. I think I bring a little bit more movement laterally to that position, and quickness. But definitely his aggression I can bring."

Bob McGinn of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel talked to multiple scouts about Billings. One compared him to Wilfork, and another said he expected Billings to be a Day 2 pick. Some analysts, though, have mocked him to the Seahawks in the first round.

Emmanuel Ogbah, DE, Oklahoma State -- He went to the same high school and college as Russell Okung, and the Seahawks' left tackle has served as a mentor of sorts to Ogbah.

"He's been through this process, he knows where I'm at, he knows what I'm going through," Ogbah told reporters.

"It's great having somebody that's been through what you're going through. I'm grateful for that -- a guy like that."

Ogbah (6--4, 273) has excellent length with 35 1/2-inch arms, and his testing compared to guys likeAldon Smith andChandler Jones. He had 24 sacks the past two seasons. With length, athleticism and production, Ogbah could be an option in the first or second rounds.

Artie Burns, CB, Miami -- One thing the Seahawks look for is players who have shown the perseverance to overcome great obstacles for a shot in the NFL. Burns qualifies. His mother died of a heart attack during his junior season, and his father is in prison. Burns measured in at 6 foot with long arms (33 1/4 inches). He was a two-year starter with the Hurricanes, ran a 4.46 and could be an option for the Seahawks on Day 2 or Day 3.