3 players the Seahawks could target at No. 59 in the 2020 NFL Draft

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Julian Okwara

Without a doubt, the Seahawks would prefer to bring Clowney back after an injury-riddled season in 2019. Regardless of what happens with Clowney, Seattle could use some more help off of the edge in 2020.

If the Seahawks don’t take an edge rusher in the first round, Julian Okwara out of Notre Dame could be on their radar in the second round. Unfortunately for Okwara, his senior season in 2019 was cut short due to a broken fibula.

Before suffering his season-ending leg injury, Okwara displayed an explosive pass-rushing skillset, recording five sacks, seven tackles for loss, and two forced fumbles in nine games. Even with the edge rushers they added in free agency, the Seahawks would benefit from adding someone like Okwara to their defense.

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