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2020 NFL Draft: Seattle Seahawks Select Stephen Sullivan 251st Overall

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LSU ties all-time record for most picks in a single draft

COLLEGE FOOTBALL: SEP 21 LSU at Vanderbilt Photo by Andy Altenburger/Icon Sportswire via Getty Images

The Seattle Seahawks drafted its second LSU product of the 2020 Draft, selecting former tight end Stephen Sullivan in the seventh round, 251st overall.

Sullivan was listed as a wide receiver at LSU but projects to play tight end in the NFL. He caught 46 passes for 712 yards and three scores; he also ran for a touchdown against Auburn in 2017.

The Seahawks also drafted former LSU right guard Damien Lewis earlier in the draft.

With Sullivan’s selection, that gives LSU 14 picks in the 2020 draft tying them with 2004 Ohio State for the most picks in a single draft. The class shattered the previous school record of nine set in 2013, and broke Alabama’s SEC record of 12 in 2018. Joe Burrow, K’Lavon Chaisson, Justin Jefferson, Patrick Queen and Clyde Edwards-Helaire were all taken Thursday night in the first round; Grant Delpit and Kristian Fulton were selected Friday night in the second round, while Damien Lewis, Lloyd Cushenberry and Jacob Phillips were also drafted Friday night but in the third round. Saahdiq Charles and Rashard Lawrence were taken earlier Saturday afternoon in the fourth round, and Blake Ferguson was picked in the sixth round.

LSU’s draft class is as follows:

*deep breath*

  • Joe Burrow: 1st overall, Cincinnati Bengals
  • K’Lavon Chaisson: 20th overall, Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Justin Jefferson: 22nd overall, Minnesota Vikings
  • Patrick Queen: 28th overall, Baltimore Ravens
  • Clyde Edwards-Helaire: 32nd overall, Kansas City Chiefs
  • Grant Delpit: 44th overall, Cleveland Browns
  • Kristian Fulton: 61st overall, Tennessee Titans
  • Damien Lewis: 69th overall (nice), Seattle Seahawks
  • Llyod Cushenberry: 83rd overall, Denver Broncos
  • Jacob Phillips: 97th overall, Cleveland Browns
  • Saahdiq Charles: 108th overall, Washington Redskins
  • Rashard Lawrence: 131st overall, Arizona Cardinals
  • Blake Ferguson: 185th overall, Miami Dolphins
  • Stephen Sullivan: 251st overall, Seattle Seahawks