Germain Ifedi, starting at right guard, leads Seahawks' draft class

The Seahawks appear to have found their starting right guard in Germain Ifedi, the team's first-round pick. AP Photo/Elaine Thompson

A breakdown of the 2016 Seattle Seahawks draft class and its progress after two weeks of training camp.

Germain Ifedi, OL, first round: He's been tested by veterans but hasn't backed down and looks more than willing to mix it up every time he's on the field. Ifedi has been the starting right guard, and he'll likely stay there, although it's possible that the team tries him at right tackle at some point in the preseason. So far, the signs have been positive.

Jarran Reed, DT, second round: He suffered an injury scare during Wednesday's practice but appears to be OK. Reed has looked powerful during one-on-one drills with the offensive linemen and is the favorite to start at nose tackle in Week 1.

C.J. Prosise, RB, third round: He's been sidelined with a hamstring injury since the first day of camp. Pete Carroll used the words "unfortunate" and "frustrating" to describe Prosise's absence. The Seahawks had a plan to use Prosise immediately as the third-down back and a mismatch weapon in the passing game, but until he gets healthy, that plan could be on hold.

Nick Vannett, TE, third round: He's shown ability both as a blocker and a pass-catcher. Vannett seems like a lock to make the team, but his role depends largely on the guys ahead of him. Jimmy Graham is back practicing, and Luke Willson is ahead of Vannett on the depth chart.

Rees Odhiambo, OL, third round: Versatility is the key word with him. Odhiambo has seen time at both guard and tackle with the second team. He's in position to be an active backup on game days. With a strong preseason, Odhiambo could push one of the starters.

Quinton Jefferson, DL, fifth round: He's dealing with a sore knee, but Carroll said Jefferson has looked the part and is in position to be a part of the defensive line rotation. The area to keep an eye on in with him in the preseason is his interior pass rush.

Alex Collins, RB, fifth round: With the Seahawks having suffered so many injuries at running back, Collins got a lot of quality reps during the first part of training camp and performed well. However, he's now been sidelined with an ankle injury. Collins has looked good as a receiver and is in line to be one of the backup ball-carriers. Where exactly he fits in will be determined by preseason performance.

Joey Hunt, center, sixth round: He's undersized (6 feet, 295 pounds), but has flashed the ability to stand up to bigger defensive linemen. Given that he doesn't have positional versatility, Hunt could be looking at the practice squad unless he really shines in the preseason.

Kenny Lawler, WR, seventh round: He looks like he needs a year in the strength program before making a 53-man roster. Lawler has certainly had his moments, but he's struggled to fight off the Seahawks' physical defensive backs at practice.

Zac Brooks, RB, seventh round: He was getting a lot of opportunities early in camp but suffered a hamstring injury. Brooks needs to get healthy and have a strong preseason for a chance to make the 53-man roster. He could be a practice squad possibility.