Hopefully each team will do a draft review on their team, feel free to give each pick a grade and an overall grade. 2014 Seahawks Draft Review! Round One: Traded to Buffalo as part of the Stevie Johnson deal. Review: Johnson became a favorite target of Russell Wilson and helped lead the Seahawks to the playoffs and division crown, filling in for Percy Harvin who was hurt this year for 4 weeks. Johnson comes in as the number one for next year and was worth every bit of the deal, as no one in the first round could have come close to Stevie Johnson right now. Overall Grade: B+, don't know the long term impact a rookie could have had. Round 2 Pick 10 DE Scott Chrichton, Oregon State 6'3, 263 lbs Review: This showed the luxury the Seahawks had coming into this draft as taking a chance on a player they had scouted for later and filling backup holes as opposed to big time play makers is a great luxury to have. Chrichton game in as one of the most highly touted DE in the draft, he can rush the passer with the best of them. Chrichton comes in with an 85 PMW, 79 BSH, 78 FMW, He purses and recognizes plays extremely well. With having Michael Bennett and Chris Clemons in front of him it will give Chrichton plenty of time to learn and help spell the two veterans in front of him. Overall Grade: B- We expected a little better from out scouting on Crichton. Round 2 Pick 12 CB Aaron Colvin Oklahoma University, 6'0 181 lbs Review: Colvin was a shock to still be sitting there, we had invested heavily in Darquez Dennard later in the draft but had taken a quick peek at Colvin, and he did not disappoint. Colvin comes in at a 79 overall, Great size at 6'0 and comes in with 89 MCV, 90 ZCV, 78 PRC, and 89 PRS. Colvin comes in to the slot job and will learn from two of the best in the game in Sherman and Browner and one thing is for sure, we wont be afraid to put this kid 1 on 1 with anyone. Overall Grade: A- Pleasantly surprised as during the draft was worried when we didn't see him show up on the team needs overalls. Round Two Pick 26 OT Ja'Waun James, University of Tennessee 6'6 323 lbs Review: James was one of the main targets of the Seahawks as we even went so far as to look at his overall pre-draft. We saw a lot of potential in him and even tho he was given an early third round grade we knew he wouldn't last. James did the fourth most reps of all offensive lineman and comes in with a whopping 90 strength, 84 IBL, 83 pass blocking, his 78 on the run block leaves a bit to be desired but we have high hopes for him. James arrival allows Giacommini to split time with the rookie and teach him the ropes. James could or could not start opening day. Overall Grade: B Depends if he is our opening day starter or not. Could go to a C or a B+ Round 4 Pick 26 FS Kenny Ladler, Vanderbilt, 6'0 205 lbs Review: Another luxury pick for the Seahawks as we have Earl Thomas, but looking at Ladler if the unthinkable should happen and Earl were to go down, Ladler could fill in nicely, good pursuit and ability however, will need to work on his MCV skills some as he is only a 73. For the first year we look for Ladler to be a special team contributor and a good guy to give Earl a break if tired. Overall Grade: C Nothing flashy but solid player overall, can really lay the lumber. Round 5 Pick 26 OG Spencer Lang, University of Nebraska, 6'4 305 lbs Review: Lang was sort of an unknown as the Seahawks were looking for depth, we made the selection of Lang hoping for a project but did we ever get surpried. 85 STR, 83 RBK, 79 PBK, 85 IBL. Lang was the power hour of the Nebraska line and comes in to compete with starting RG JR Sweezy for the opening day job. If Lang does beat out Sweezy it should make for some interesting times are practice seeing these two go after each other. For a fifth round pick coming in at 73 we were pretty happy. Overall Grade: B+ Pleasantly surprised right there. Round 6 Pick 26 RB Jeremy Smith Oregon State (CUT) Review: Smith dropped like a ton of bricks to the 6th round after being projected in the 2nd, so we took a flier, however the flier turned out to be unfounded. 79 speed for Smith did not do any better than any of the 4 backs we currently have. We wanted to move him to fullback but clicked the wrong button and he was cut. Oh well no major loss Overall Grade: D- Was worth the flier shot and see what he could do Round 7 Pick 26 WR Allen Hurns, THE U, 6'3 195 lbs 7th round pick, we take a chance on someone as we had no one left on our board. We liked the fact that Hurns was from Miami so figured he may know a thing or two about catching the ball. We were right, comes in with an 80 route running ability and 83 catch. His release leaves some to be desired but getting to work with Percy Harvin and Stevie Johnson will help him learn how to do it. His 94 jump could see a few jump balls thrown to the kid maybe. Overall Grade: C- Not a polished receiver but could get there with some hard work. After taking a look at the entire draft and not coming in with any one particular area of need the Seahawks overall were extremely pleased with our draft. Looking forward to seeing what these guys can do. We did miss on one in Smith in the 6th but was worth the chance and have a few that could be starters this year and that could not be. Overall Draft Grade: B-, not a horrible draft by any means but could have been better as we were looking for a few guys that fell away just a few picks away from us.