With the NFLDraft two months away, here is a look at who some in the media expect the Seattle Seahawks to select with the 32nd pick in the first round.
Mel Kiper, ESPN - Allen Robinson, WR, Penn State
Robinson provides ... an ability to make contested catches and a sneaky level of speed to win over the top or with the ball in his hands.
Todd McShay, ESPN - Xavier Su'a-Filo, G, UCLA
We only have a second-round grade on him, but he is a guy whose stock is rising as the draft process goes on, and he has good foot quickness and size.
Doug Farrar, Sports Illustrated - David Yankey, G, Stanford
It s time for Seattle to take this position more seriously. Yankey is a tough, athletic blocker with experience in different blocking schemes and the right kind of attitude for Seattle s power-based offense.
Alex Espinoza, Bleacher Report - Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
A big-bodied target such Kelvin Benjamin (6'5 , 240) would provide a nice red-zone target for the offense, but his official 40 time of 4.61 doesn't paint him as a downfield threat in the NFL.
Rob Rang, CBSSports.com - Rashede Hageman, DT, Minnesota
Hageman offers similar length as (Red) Bryant and much better athleticism but can be maddeningly inconsistent.
Dane Brugler, CBSSports.com - Xavier Su'a-Filo, G, UCLA
Su'a-Filo has experience at tackle and guard, but projects best inside and will be the top guard in this class for several teams.
Pete Prisco, CBSSports.com - Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State
If they lose Golden Tate in free agency, they can replace him with Cooks.
Pat Kirwan, CBSSports.com - Trade pick
Always look for the Seahawks to do something different and will not take a player for the sake of taking someone. This pick is valuable to teams looking for a quarterback who don't want to go past the first round without one.
Will Brinson, CBSSports.com - Jace Amaro, TE, Texas Tech
Amaro doesn't fit the perfect profile for a big blocking tight end in the Seahawks power scheme. But getting more weapons for an increasingly dangerous offense helps open things up for the Seahawks.
Bucky Brooks, NFL.com - Xavier Su'a-Filo, G, UCLA
The Seahawks played musical chairs at left guard for most of the season. Su'a-Filo shores up the biggest need on the frontline, while adding some athleticism and nastiness to the unit.
Matt Smith, NFL.com - Kelvin Benjamin, WR, Florida State
Put him with Percy Harvin and the reliable Doug Baldwin, and watch him make plays. Russell Wilson needs that big red-zone target desperately.
Charles Davis, NFL.com - Brandin Cooks, WR, Oregon State
His 4.33 40-yard dash got everyone's attention. So did his good routes, and sure hands during field drills.