I had to go run some errands during the sixth and seventh rounds, so here's the guys the Seahawks picked up while I was out and about:
Round Six, 16th Pick (194th Overall): RB Spencer Ware, LSU
Another high school QB who converted to another position in college, Ware had a pretty good career at LSU despite being stuck in a backup or RB-by-committee role for much of his time there. He isn't very fast (4.62 forty time), but he's a strong, punishing runner who doesn't go down on first contact and could develop into a strong short-yardage back. He also excels as a receiving threat.
Round Seven, 14th Pick (220th Overall): G Ryan Seymour, Vanderbilt (6'5, 300 lbs)
The Seahawks didn't pick a single offensive lineman until the seventh round, but regardless Seymour is a promising choice. He started 35 games at Vanderbilt and took snaps at every position on the o-line last season. His natural position is guard, but he served as the backup center and...