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One is compensatory, meaning Seattle cannot trade it (245th overall).
The chart shows which picks the Seahawks hold and where the picks originated, if applicable. I've included a column showing which players were chosen in the same slot last year.
The final column shows how many points each pick is worth on the draft value chart.
Earlier: Download full 2010 draft order with summary charts.
Posted by ESPN.com's Mike Sando
I've broken out Scouts Inc.'s projected picks for the Seahawks as the NFL draft countdown continues.
The Scouts Inc. mock painted a scenario whereby the Seahawks probably would consider USC quarterback Mark Sanchez. The scenario had Matthew Stafford, Jason Smith and Aaron Curry as the top three overall choices.
That scenario might leave Seattle to weigh Sanchez, Michael Crabtree and the other top prospects. Curry stands out to me as the likely choice for Seattle if he remains available. I think the team would feel good about adding him even though the price tag would be high for a linebacker. The options become a little more complicated, I think, if Curry is gone.
I sent Crabtree to the Seahawks with the fourth overall pick in our bloggers' mock draft because Curry was not available.