Seattle really must be happy with Oklahoma State offensive tackle Russell Okung falling into their lap, as it gets a standout left tackle to replace Walter Jones, who is expected to retire. Okung might be a little surprised that he fell to No. 6, but Washington went with Oklahoma’s Trent Williams, whose athleticism made him a good fit for the Redskins’ zone-blocking scheme.
With RB C.J. Spiller off the board, the Seahawks could be looking defensive end (Georgia Tech’s Derrick Morgan) or wide receiver (Oklahoma State’s Dez Bryant) with the No. 14 overall pick.