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The Seattle Seahawks have completed the 2019 NFL Draft and added 11 new players through that process. You can see both of our John’s here at Field Gulls grade Seattle’s draft class — Gilbert by the..."The Seattle Seahawks have completed the 2019 NFL Draft and added 11 new players through that process. You can see both of our John’s here at Field Gulls grade Seattle’s draft class — Gilbert by the classical way and Fraley looking at the process as he grades. You’ve also had your chance to chime in somewhat on the class Womens K.J. Wright Jersey , but forget about the whole pictures, who is your favorite pick in the lot?29. LJ Collier, DE, TCUThe Seahawks number one pick of 2019 after they traded down from 21 to 30 and were on the clock for the price of two. Collier’s argument to be your favorite pick of 2019 is easy: he was the first one. It’s too soon to tell exactly what the whole body of work at the NFL might look like, but immediately replacing Frank Clark’s 13 sacks in 2019 is unlikely. People are calling Collier more of a Michael Bennett type, which also wouldn’t be that bad and is something that Pete Carroll’s defense has been missing.Collier, like a lot of players in this class seem to be, has also received high marks for his attitude and work ethic in game. 47. Marquise Blair, S, UtahFans could be drawn to Blair because he’s the second-highest DB ever drafted by Carroll and John Schneider, behind only the guy he’s kind of replacing in a way: Earl Thomas. Blair also has the reputation for being a big hitter, following in the footsteps of other fan favorites like Kam Chancellor Ken Hamlin.64. D.K. Metcalf, WR, Ole MissHe’s a second round receiver and you’ve got a fantasy team to worry about. He also looks like David Boston ate Robert Turbin.Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty ImagesSign up for the Seaside Joe daily Seahawks newsletter88. Cody Barton, LB, UtahBarton’s candidacy for favorite pick has to overcome the fact that very few people had heard of him prior to the draft. In our 2019 armchair GM challenge, 0 of 93 entries had Barton listed as a potential pick of Seattle. Even Demarcus Christmas was on two entries. But maybe that gives Barton the “I’ll like him since nobody else does” vote. Also, this is the second-highest that Carroll has ever drafted a linebacker after only Bobby Wagner. (Third if you consider Bruce Irvin a linebacker prospect in 2012.)I mean, Barton was drafted very high for a linebacker and I think it’s going to be really interesting to watch this defense now that they’ve spent so much time and capital on the linebacking position in 2019.120. Gary Jennings, WR, West VirginiaJennings was also drafted pretty high for a wide receiver, but he has to overcome Carroll’s mid-round wide receiver curse. That will have to include beating out former 106th overall pick Amara Darboh for a job. Remember: Darboh was basically in Jennings’ exact same position only two years ago. The likely downgrade of Doug Baldwin as a primary target next season increases the need for a receiver to step up, so I could see Metcalf and Jennings both drawing a lot of fan interest their way.124. Phil Haynes, G, Wake ForestI mean, I think everyone would love it if the Seahawks managed to draft a guard who could replace Mike Iupati/Ethan Pocic sooner rather than later. Guards the team has drafted in this range include Mark Glowinski and Rees Odhiambo. They also picked tackle Terry Poole around this area of the draft. None of those picks worked in Seattle’s favor, though Glowinski has become a starter for the Colts.132. Ugo Amadi, CB/S, OregonI assume there are a lot of people who are Seahawks fans and also hate the Oregon Ducks. The Seahawks haven’t drafted a player out of Oregon since Walter Thurmond in 2010, the 111th overall pick that year. I think everyone would be pretty satisfied if Amadi turned out like Thurmond, but healthier.142. Ben Burr-Kirven, LB, WashingtonFrom the rival Amadi to the hometown favorite Burr-Kirven. Not only did Burr-Kirven play his college ball in Seattle, he drew comparisons to Lofa Tatupu and was called the tackling machine of the draft. Yeah, this linebacker group is going to be fascinating to watch.204. Travis Homer, RB, MiamiIt would normally be a bonus to be a running back; fans can focus on you for fantasy points, you get the ball a lot, and anybody from any round (or no round) could become a superstar. But Homer is coming into a group with Chris Carson and Rashaad Penny and I think fans hope he just comes in and helps clean up some garbage time carries when Seattle is up 30 points next season. I could be wrong though, maybe fans are already homers for Homer.209. Demarcus Christmas, DT, Florida StateI know people have nostalgic feelings for Christmas, but I would be surprised if the sixth round defensive tackle got many votes. Carroll/Schneider have drafted these defensive linemen after the fifth round: Pep Levingston, Greg Scruggs, Ty Powell, Obum Gwachum, and most recently, Jacob Martin. They’ve also drafted some two-way linemen in this area: JR Sweezy George Fant Jersey , Jared Smith, Kristjan Sokoli, Ryan Seymour, and Jameson Konz. 236. John Ursua, WR, HawaiiThey snuck in one more pick and one more receiver. This will definitely make Ursua a popular sleeper pick among the crowd who favors the longshot (and the crowd that is looking for the closest comp to Baldwin) but if you’re picking a receiver who has the best chance of making the team, you’d definitely go with Metcalf, who is a lock. Jennings is close to a lock but we’ve seen it’s possible for fourth round picks to get released. Ursua has to prove himself every day but the team traded back into the seventh round to secure him, so he’s off to a good start.So who is your favorite pick? SEATTLE (AP) — Bobby Wagner walked to his locker and noticed there was perhaps a bit too much noise and laughter less than 24 hours after a loss. Wagner didn’t raise his voice. He respectfully said a few words and the noise immediately died down.“His voice is bigger than ever and he’s taken to it,” Seattle Seahawks coach Pete Carroll said. “He’s embellished the role to become – he’s really the voice of our guys. He’s done a great job with handling that.”If possible, Wagner may be having the best season of his career heading into Monday night’s key NFC game against the Minnesota Vikings. It’s not the numbers that stand out about Wagner’s season — although they are pretty impressive — but the context.Yes, he’s one of the best middle linebackers in football. But he’s doing it for an almost entirely rebuilt defense without a number of the stars that helped make Seattle such a defensive powerhouse. Wagner is one of only a few holdovers, yet Seattle is on the cusp of a playoff berth with its middle linebacker leading the way.“I really think it’s extraordinary when guys continue to be really good,” Carroll said of Wagner. “It’s not that it has to be better than or have some other things happen that have never happened before — although it did. It’s just that they continue to be great. That’s really the mark of a great competitor and a great player and performer and all that, not just show once in a while that they can.”A victory by Seattle (7-5) won’t lock up a postseason spot, but would put the Seahawks in great position entering the final three weeks with games remaining against lowly San Francisco and Arizona. A win by the Vikings (6-5-1) might be their only way of staying in the NFC North race.Last week against San Francisco, Wagner managed to fill every column on the NFL’s official defensive stat sheet: Tackles, tackles for loss, sacks, quarterback hits, forced fumbles, fumble recovery and an interception — the first pick-six of his career on a 98-yard touchdown return.“Stats-wise, I had everything that you could have, so I think that’s dope. But I think there’s — I don’t know how to say what game is what,” Wagner said. “It kind of just depends on the game and how important of a game it was or the magnitude of the game, so it’s kind of hard to compare games.”It was no surprise he was the NFC defensive player of the week for his performance against the 49ers, but it also drew attention to his season as a whole. He’s likely to be an All-Pro again, and if not for the seasons being had by the likes of Aaron Donald and J.J. Watt, would possibly be in the NFL Defensive Player of the Year conversation.“It’s a combination of a lot of things,” Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said. “He has great speed. I think he sees things really well. He is very instinctual. You know, with that position and their defense, it gives them a lot of flexibility to run and get to the football.”It wasn’t a case of Wagner being overlooked or undervalued in the past. Some of his biggest supporters were the loudest of teammates whose voices regularly grabbed the attention.But with the likes of Richard Sherman, Michael Bennett, Cliff Avril and Kam Chancellor no longer around for a variety of reasons, there seems to be a new appreciation for what Wagner is doing in what was supposed to be a rebuilding season for the Seahawks.Add in the other two holdovers from Seattle’s years as the best defense in the NFL — K.J. Wright and Earl Thomas — have missed large portions of the season due to injuries, and Wagner’s performance becomes more notable.Seattle’s defense might not be up to the standard of those Super Bowl seasons. But with Wagner leading the way, they still might be good enough to find their way into the postseason.“I think he’s the total package when you talk about being a smart player, being instinctual, athletic, playing fast, doing a good job recognizing plays, recognizing what the offense is trying to do,” Vikings quarterback Kirk Cousins said. “He’s good against the run, good against the pass, a good blitzer. He’s probably — I think I told him this after the preseason game — one of the best, if not the best linebackers in the NFL.”