The Seattle Seahawks selected Odhiambo in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 97th overall.
Odhiambo is a talented lineman who likely would have gone earlier if not for durability troubles. He'll likely move to guard after playing left tackle at Boise State, and he could earn a starting role on a thin Seattle offensive line as a rookie.
The Seattle Seahawks selected Nick Vannett in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 94th overall.
Vannett is a fine player, but his skills don't really translate to fantasy football, as he figures to make a lot of his living as a blocker. He won't be able to push the far more athletic Luke Willson for targets.
The Seattle Seahawks selected C.J. Prosise in the third round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 90th overall.
Prosise was unsurprisingly underdeveloped in his first season playing running back, but his excellent production (1,029 yards and 11 touchdowns on 157 carries) and size/speed combination still allow him to project as an eventual starting runner in the NFL. If Thomas Rawls (foot) should have any unexpected injury complications, Prosise would be a candidate to thrive in a three-down role.
The Seattle Seahawks selected Reed in the second round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 49th overall.
The Seahawks prioritize the trenches on defense, and the addition of Reed will go a long way toward ensuring the soundness of their run defense going forward. He probably won't put much pressure on opposing quarterbacks, but Reed is a big anchor who played a leading role in Alabama's smothering run defense. He'll stop the run and help free up other playmakers on the Seattle defense.
The Seattle Seahawks selected Ifedi in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft, 31st overall.
Ifedi is a huge tackle/guard tweener who possesses unusual athleticism for someone with such a dense build. He played right tackle at Texas A&M, but Ifedi has the size and athleticism to project to almost any offensive line position aside from center. On a Seattle offensive line short on talent, Ifedi might start right away.