Full List of Seattle Seahawks 2024 Draft Picks: How Many Picks Do the Seahawks Have?

With new head coach Mike MacDonald in town, the Seattle Seahawks are optimistic after a productive rookie class. How many draft picks do they have in 2024?

After a successful 2022 season, the Seattle Seahawks had a roller-coaster season in 2023. The team spent a brief time atop the NFC West before crashing down to Earth and finishing out of the playoffs. With their eyes set on a rebound under new head coach Mike MacDonald, how many 2024 NFL Draft picks do the Seahawks have?

Seattle Seahawks Picks by Round in 2024

  • Round 1, Pick 16
  • Round 3, Pick 81 (from NO through DEN)
  • Round 4, Pick 102 (from WAS)
  • Round 4, Pick 118
  • Round 6, Pick 179 (from WAS)
  • Round 6, Pick 192
  • Round 7, Pick 235

How Many Picks Do the Seahawks Have in 2024?

After making 10 picks in last year’s draft, the Seahawks currently have seven selections for the 2024 NFL Draft.

Seattle does not have their second-round pick in this year’s draft after trading for defensive tackle Leonard Williams from the New York Giants. They did pick up an extra third-round pick from the Denver Broncos from a trade during last year’s draft, helping soften the blow of a lack of a second-rounder.

On the second day of the league new year, Seattle then made a pick swap with the Washington Commanders to acquire QB Sam Howell.

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Seattle traded pick Nos. 78 and 152 to Washington for Howell and a fourth-round pick (No. 102) and a sixth-round pick (No. 179).

Who Did the Seahawks Draft in 2023?

The Seahawks reaped the benefit of the Russell Wilson trade with the Broncos in the 2023 NFL Draft, getting four picks in the first two rounds.

With the fifth overall pick in the 2023 NFL Draft, Seattle drafted Illinois cornerback Devon Witherspoon. Witherspoon finished as a Defensive Rookie of the Year candidate, leading the team in pass breakups with ten.

Seattle’s second first-round pick was used on Ohio State wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba. Smith-Njigba became a steady underneath target in Seattle’s offense but is still the WR3 for the team behind DK Metcalf and Tyler Lockett.

Using Denver’s second-round pick, Seattle chose Auburn pass rusher Derick Hall. Hall did not record a sack and recorded 11 pressures while playing in all 17 games.

UCLA running back Zach Charbonnet was their second selection in the second round. Charbonnet was an impact rusher for the team this year, rushing for 462 yards and a touchdown behind Kenneth Walker III.

Seattle traded out of the third round last year (also with the Broncos) but gained an extra fourth-round pick out of the deal. The Seahawks drafted LSU guard Anthony Bradford with Denver’s fourth-rounder. Bradford started ten games at right guard this season, including their last six.

Seattle’s fourth-round pick was used on Mississippi State defensive tackle Cameron Young. Young’s snaps varied week-to-week as a nose tackle, but he did record 12 run stops.

Following their trade of cornerback Ahkello Witherspoon to the Pittsburgh Steelers, the Seahawks had two fifth-round picks in 2023’s draft. With their first, Seattle drafted Michigan defensive end Mike Morris with Pittsburgh’s pick. Morris was placed on injured reserve in September with a shoulder injury after playing in Week 1 against the Rams.

Seattle’s second fifth-round pick was spent on Michigan center Olu Oluwatimi, who started one game at center for Seattle and saw action in four contests in relief duty.

After picking twice in multiple rounds in last year’s draft, the Seahawks closed out with just one pick in the sixth and seventh rounds. Seattle drafted New Mexico safety Jerrick Reed II in the sixth, who mostly played special teams and rotated at safety when Jamal Adams missed time.

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The Seahawks used their final draft pick to select Georgia running back Kenny McIntosh. McIntosh did not record an offensive touch and mainly spent time on special teams.

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