The last pick of the day for Seattle Seahawks is Kiero Small, a fullback from Arkansas.
At five-foot-eight and 244 pounds, the guy is just there to break open a hole and allow Marshawn Lynch and Co. the chance to break into the next level. Also, he breaks people.
Small is one of just two fullbacks drafted so far, meaning he is good at the position. One option, with wide receiver being such a question mark this year, is to add more I-formation styles into the offense. Adding a true fullback adds legitimacy and proficiency to this formation, which fits the Seahawks style of ignoring league trends for personal growth.