● By Corbin Smith
While the 2021 season still has one game left to play with the Bengals and Rams set to square off in the Super Bowl on Sunday, the Seahawks and 29 other teams have already turned their attention towards free agency and the 2022 NFL Draft. Last week, the pre-draft process officially kicked off with the annual Reese's Senior Bowl, as more than 100 prospects descended upon Mobile, Alabama aiming to improve their stock while being evaluated by NFL coaches, executive, and scouts. Due to the team's blockbuster trade for safety Jamal Adams two years ago, Seattle will once again be without a first-round pick in April's draft. The team will have far more draft capital to work with this time around, however, holding six total picks compared to only three a year ago. This includes three picks in the top 100, which should give general manager John Schneider a bit more flexibility if he wants to try to recoup picks by trading down as he has done so frequently in the past.