With the offseason now in full swing, the Seahawks have been busy plugging numerous holes on their roster through free agency over the past two weeks. Among their most notable moves thus far, they re-signed star safety Quandre Diggs and running back Rashaad Penny along with adding former Chargers starting linebacker Uchenna Nwosu. As the 2022 NFL Draft quickly approaches, Seattle still has several positions that need to be addressed. After trading away Russell Wilson, quarterback remains an obvious area of concern, while the team has not re-signed Duane Brown or Brandon Shell and currently has only three tackles on the roster. Defensively, a gaping hole stands out at middle linebacker and both the cornerback and edge rushing groups could use additional help for the present and future. Aiming to fill a number of these needs while playing the role of general manager John Schneider, I orchestrated three trades in my latest mock draft, including moving back into the first round to snag a potential franchise quarterback.