The Seahawks’ contingent will be arriving Tuesday in Indianapolis for the NFL’s annual meat market/pre-draft combine with three pluses they didn’t bring last year:
*More interest in the top of the draft with a first-round pick this year
*And more time.
Seattle general manager John Schneider, coach Pete Carroll and staffers are scouting for what Schneider last week said he expects will be 10 selections in May’s draft. Barring trades, it will be the third time in 13 years the Seahawks will have a double-digit number of picks. They had 11 in 2013 (only five of whom are …