With the 32nd Pick the Seattle Seahawks select…

Oct 19, 2013; Tempe, AZ, USA; Washington Huskies tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins (88) reacts during the second half against the Arizona State Sun Devils at Sun Devil Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Matt Kartozian-USA TODAY Sports

As we end our Fansided Locals and NFL Site Mock Draft, until draft time comes closer, we close with the Seahawks. You can see the entire draft here.

#32 Seattle Seahawks Select Austin Seferian-Jenkins, Washington, Tight End - After an impressive all around Super Bowl win the Seattle Seahawks add a tight end to their offense. ASJ is a huge 6’6″ weapon for Russell Wilson to compliment smaller receivers in Percy Harvin and Golden Tate. At 266 pounds he will be able to “box out” linebackers and safeties in the middle of the field and develop into a solid blocker as well. He has a DUI on his record which will raise red flags with many teams, but Pete Carroll hasn’t shied away from character issues in the past. The Seahawks could look to add to their stellar defense, especially at cornerback where a number of CBs are free agents, or look to bring in a running back to spell Marshawn Lynch to keep him fresh.

Selection Made by Emerald City Swagger: Check out their site for more Seahawks coverage.

Our Fansided Local’s and NFL Sites 2014 NFL Mock Draft is Complete. We will return with another, and last one, shortly before the draft in May.

The Seahawks picked up a big tight end for their passing attack. Do you see another area they should spend their draft pick on? Any concerns with Seferian-Jenkins DUI? What did you think of the draft overall? Talk to us below in the comments section.

Topics: 2014 NFL Mock Draft, Cleveland Browns

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