Seattle Seahawks' 2016 draft class: Analysis, grades, best picks, highlights

Seahawks fill needs, get a 'B' for their draft (1:24)

The Seahawks are most excited about second-round pick Jarran Reed, and first rounder Germain Ifedi was probably their riskiest pick, says NFL Nation's Sheil Kapadia. (1:24)

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Seattle Seahawks

Scouts Inc. on 2016 class

1 (31): Germain Ifedi, OT, Texas A&M | Highlights

What he brings: There's no question Ifedi has the tools to excel at the NFL level. He's 6-foot-6 and 325 pounds, has 36-inch arms, above-average quickness and explosive tendencies. He lined up at right guard and right tackle, so he's also versatile. The knock against him is he's unpolished, especially in the run game where his pads tend to rise and he doesn't play with great balance.

How he fits: This is a good pick from both value -- Ifedi was No. 29 on our board -- and need standpoints, as addressing the offensive line should be the Seahawks' top priority. While his technique needs work, Ifedi is a versatile player with experience at right guard and right tackle, as well as the length and athletic ability to potentially develop into an effective left tackle. -- Steve Muench