The Seattle Seahawks use their pre-draft visits to focus on potential undrafted free agents they’d like to bring into camp. The visits also provide a blueprint for the type of players Seattle may be looking for in the upcoming draft or in free agency.
Teams can have up to 30 players in for pre-draft visits. In addition to that, teams can also have a local day for Seattle-Tacoma area prospects. The Seahawks had their local day on April 3, and I’m still working to confirm all 17 players that visited the team’s facility.
So the following is a list of players and the source that confirmed they have or will visit Seattle. I also listed players the team has worked out away from the facility. If you see others that I have missed add them to the comments section, and I will continue to update the list leading up to the draft.
Mike Catapano, Princeton, DE Source: College2Pro.com. At nearly 6-4 and 271 pounds, Catapano projects as a Leo for the Seahawks. He bench pressed 225 pounds 33 times and ran at 4.75-second, 40-yard dash at his pro day.
B.J. Daniels, QB, University of Southern Florida Source: Twitter. At 6-foot and 217 pounds, Daniels can run some of the read option stuff Seattle leaned on last year. Seahawks reportedly had a private workout with Daniels.
Greg Herd, Eastern Washington, WR Source: Agent. At 6-3 and 200 pounds, the Tacoma native is a big, fast target who can run with it after the catch.
Craig Wilkins, Old Dominion, LB
Duke Williams, Nevada, S
Michael Williams, Alabama, TE
Jeremy Wright, Louisville, RB