WR Stephen Sullivan, LSU, drafted after the Seahawks trade back into the seventh round
The Seattle Seahawks moved back into the seventh round of the 2020 NFL Draft, giving up a sixth round selection in 2021 to the Miami Dolphins, and drafting Stephen Sullivan from LSU. Sullivan was officially listed as a tight end and played tight end at the Senior Bowl this year, but Zachary Junda, editor from And the Valley Shook, says his blocking rates similarly to former Seahawks tight end Jimmy Graham. The selection of Sullivan helped LSU tie the record for most players selected in the draft since the format changed to seven rounds. Zachary talks about why it was Sullivan and not Thaddeus Moss who helped the Tigers tie the draft record.
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