The Seattle Seahawks are officially in the post-Russell Wilson era. For the time being, Drew Lock is on the roster and came over in the blockbuster trade with the Denver Broncos. He could be the team’s presumptive starter going into the 2022 season, but it’s fair to assume the Seahawks don’t have their QB of the future on the roster as things are right now. After the Wilson trade, Seattle has a replenished arsenal of NFL Draft capital for the next couple of years as well as a few pieces on the roster in defensive lineman Shelby Harris, tight end Noah Fant, and Lock that can contribute right away. At this point, though, what would an ideal 2022 NFL Draft look like for John Schneider and Pete Carroll? It’s difficult to know exactly what the team is prioritizing in 2022 as far as going after a QB early or maybe just taking a shot at a guy, but if I were running the Seahawks, I have an idea of what a “dream” draft scenario might look like.