If the Seahawks have done anything the last few years, they've proven that plenty of talent will be there in rounds 2-7.

The Seattle Seahawks don't have a 1st Round pick in this year's NFL Draft, having traded it to the Minnesota Vikings for wide receiver Percy Harvin, Seattle' first pick will come in Friday's second round, at number 56 overall.

That's not to say that coach Pete Carroll and general manager John Schneider won't be able to find players that will exceed all expectation in the later rounds, just like they did last year.

For example:

You could say that Russell Wilson has proven that the Seahawks can find superstars in just about any round of the draft.

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