Latest mock drafts have Seattle Seahawks taking a defender at No. 21

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If you like defense and the Seattle Seahawks there are a lot of mock drafts playing cupid for you. The latest have the Seahawks focusing on taking a defender.

The Athletic: Brian Burns (DE Florida State)

With Frank Clark possibly becoming a free agent, Dane Brugler explains how Burns would be a key piece to add whether Clark remains in Seattle or not.

USA Today DraftWire: Deionte Thompson (S Alabama)

Could Thompson’s potential arrival in Seattle could give us a new “Legion of Boom”??

CBS Sports: Nasir Adderley (S Delaware)

Like Thompson from Alabama, this could signal some movement to start the new era for the Seahawks in the secondary.

NFL.com: Ed Oliver (DT Houston)

Now, most of the mock drafts that have come out will have the game-changing defensive lineman going in the top 10. Oliver appears to be healthy and if he were to slide to the Seahawks at 21, you can make the case that this is among the biggest steals of the draft.

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