Seahawks close out draft with a running back and a receiver

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SAN ANTONIO,TX - DECEMBER 29: Chris Carson #32 of the Oklahoma State Cowboys eludes the tackle of Addison Gillam #44 of the Colorado Buffaloes for his team first touchdown in the Valero Alamo Bowl at the Alamodome on December 29, 2016 in San Antonio, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Cortes/Getty Images)

The Seattle Seahawks closed out their draft Saturday afternoon with a bit of offense.

The Seahawks used their two seventh-picks to draft East Central University receiver David Moore and Oklahoma State running back Chris Carson.

That means they ended up with four defensive backs, two offensive linemen, two receivers, two defensive lineman and a running back.

Moore, 6 feet tall and 219 pounds had 57 catches for 878 yards and 10 touchdowns last season as a senior, and 13 TDs and 1,079 yards as a junior.

Carson had a bumpy senior season, missing four games with a thumb injury before finishing with 82 carries for 559 yards and nine touchdowns. Carson is 6 feet tall, 218 pounds.

Up next for the Seahawks is next weekend’s rookie minicamp.

Here’s how the rest of the draft shook out:

Seahawks take defensive lineman Malik McDowell with their first pick of the draft

Seahawks select LSU offensive lineman Ethan Pocic with their second pick of draft

Seahawks go heavy on defense in the third round

Seahawks use fourth-round pick on another defensive back

Seahawks draft Mike Tyson (no, not THAT Mike Tyson)

Seahawks draft Mississippi State offensive tackle Justin Senior in sixth round