Seahawks select Washington tight end Will Dissly with pick No. 120

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The second day of the National Football League draft will be another expedition for Seattle Seahawks general manager John Schneider, who is trying to fill a lengthy gap between picks.

Washington tight end Will Dissly runs a drill at the NFL football scouting combine, Saturday, March 3, 2018, in Indianapolis.

Dissly is 6-foot-4, 262 pounds, and known primarily for his blocking ability.

"I feel great", Flowers said. According to Bob Condotta of the Seattle Times, the Seahawks were thin at the tight end position after losing Jimmy Graham and Luke Willson to free agency.

Flowers joined quarterback Mason Rudolph and receiver James Washington as the third OSU player selected in this year's NFL Draft. Dissly was a three-year starter at tight end for the Hawks and a two-year starter at defensive end. I play tough, physical, fast. "It was all in fun, and at the moment I didn't think anything of it, but I guess I caught some attention". In fact, he says most colleges recruited him as a tight end, but the Huskies saw him as a defensive lineman.

Essentially a four-year starter at safety for Oklahoma State, Flowers is fresh off of an All-Big 12 first team season in which he totaled 80 tackles, 8 pass deflections and 2 interceptions.

Former Longhorns' punter Michael Dickson became the first Texas alum to be selected on Saturday at the NFL Draft in Arlington, going at pick No. 149 to the Seattle Seahawks.

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