Should The Seattle Seahawks Target One Of This Years Draft Sleepers?

I’ve got my eyes on three prospects who will likely be taken on the draft’s second day, second- and third-round guys that will have some real value to the teams that draft them:

Is there anything we see that might get the Seattle Seahawks looking for a sleeper in this years Draft, if there is its should be one of these three prospects they should be looking at!

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Although the Seahawks have made some moves in free agency, the moves do not make real significant changes to the overall makeup of this team and they surely don’t help any of the holes that need to be filled on the Offensive and defensive sides of the ball.

In order for the Seahawks to be successful this year they need to be more cohesive and more team oriented with some semblance of organization while on the field.

Cal defensive tackle Tyson Alualu: He’s one of those guys — one of my favorite players in the draft — that some team is going to take in the second round. He’s going to be a great value. … If he stays healthy, I think he plays in the league for eight to 10 years.

East Carolina defensive tackle Linval Joseph: I think he’ll be one of the premier defensive ends in the draft. I don’t see him getting out of the second round.

Texas wide receiver Jordan Shipley: He’s an ideal slot receiver. I don’t think he gets out of the third round, although most teams have him with a fourth-round grade.