Clemson Tigers quarterback Trevor Lawrence (16) runs to avoid the tackle of Notre Dame Fighting Irish defensive lineman Julian Okwara (42) during the first quarter in the 2018 Cotton Bowl college football playoff semifinal game at AT&T Stadium. Kevin Jairaj / USA TODAY Sports

It’s almost exactly three months to the start of the NFL draft — the first round is April 23 with the draft continuing on April 24-25, all originating in Las Vegas.

And a lot will happen between now and then — will Jadeveon Clowney re-sign with the Seahawks? Jarran Reed? Could there be a surprise move or two through free agency and/or trades that could vastly reshape the look of the Seahawks?

Any and all of that could change the Seahawks’ outlook heading into the draft.

But trying to decipher what the Seahawks may do with their first pick at No. 27 — even if we also know there’s a high possibility that Seattle may trade it based if nothing else on its history of often doing do — is part of the fun of it all.

So, let’s take a look at what some of the most recent mock drafts project for Seattle.

Ryan Wilson, CBSSports.com

The pick: Cornerback C.J. Henderson, Florida

What he said: “It’s clear the Seahawks need to upgrade their defense and Henderson is a long, physical corner who fits Seattle’s physical style. He had a better 2018 than 2019 campaign but he still flashed at times last season, especially in man coverage, and he’s only going to get better.”

Comment: Given the issues that Seattle had defending the pass this season, but especially in the playoffs against the Packers, expect to see a lot of people project Seattle to take a corner.

Daniel Jeremiah, NFL.com

The pick: Defensive tackle Ross Blacklock, TCU

What he said: “Blacklock is one of my favorite prospects in the class. He’s a much better player than former teammate L.J. Collier, whom the Seahawks selected in the first round last year.”

Comment: Another defensive lineman from TCU may not excite the fan base a whole lot. But Blacklock appears to be a fast-riser in this class, entering the year with little fanfare after missing 2018 due to injury but being named All-Big-12 this season after having been named the conference’s co-defensive freshman of the year in 2017. Seattle needs interior line help regardless of what happens with Reed.

Kevin Hanson, SI.com

The pick: Edge Julian Okwara, Notre Dame

What he said: “Only the Dolphins (23) recorded fewer sacks than the Seahawks (28) in 2019 and both Jadeveon Clowney and Ezekiel Ansah are potential free agents. Okwara’s season was cut short (fibula) and he has lacked consistency, but he’s a long and explosive athlete that has racked up 13.5 sacks and 19.5 TFL in 22 games over the past two seasons.”

Comment: Seattle needs as many pass rushers as it can get this offseason regardless of who returns (and it’s hard to see Ansah coming back). Okwara, a native of London raised in Nigeria, is listed at 6-4, 248.

Vinnie Iyer, The Sporting News

The pick: Edge Curtis Weaver, Boise State

What he said: “The Seahawks will have a hard time keeping pending free agent Jadeveon Clowney, who seems intent on breaking the bank with any contender. Weaver (6-3, 265 pounds) was an absolute beast on the blue turf with 13.5 sacks in 14 games in his final college season.”

Comment: Ditto what I said above. Weaver set the Mountain West Conference career record with 34 sacks in just three seasons.

Michael Renner, Pro Football Focus

The pick: Cornerback Bryce Hall, Virginia

What he said: “Get used to seeing long, rangy corners mocked to Seattle after seeing Tre Flowers get torched by Davante Adams last weekend. The Seahawks simply cannot expect to seriously compete for a Super Bowl in the loaded NFC with the corners they have at the moment.”

Comment: At 6-1, 200 has the requisite size to play outside corner and there are lots of comments about his length, which the Seahawks covet. Played just six games this year due to a reported ankle injury.

Dan Kadar, SB Nation

The pick: Okwara

What he said: “Chances are the Seahawks won’t be picking here on draft weekend considering general manager John Schneider’s usual transactional gymnastics. If the Seahawks happen to stay at No. 27, they could target a pass rusher. Okwara should test off the charts with the analytics community, and good coaching will take advantage of his traits.”

Comment: Okwara was reported to have 93 QB pressures the last two years despite playing just nine games last season due to injury.

Luke Easterling, USA Today

The pick: Cornerback Trevon Diggs, Alabama

What he said: Actually, there was no comment on why Seattle would take Diggs. But we’ll make one below.

Comment: Yep, another corner slotted for Seattle — that last game really left an impression. Diggs is the younger brother of receiver Stefon Diggs of the Vikings and at 6-2, 207 checks the size box.

Michael Middlehurst-Schwartz, USA Today

The pick: Defensive end/OB K’Lavon Chaisson, LSU

What he said: “Even if Jadeveon Clowney re-signs — and that’s not a given — Seattle still looks to be lacking off the edge after mustering just 28 sacks in 2019. Chaisson has the bend and burst that NFL teams will make a bet on.”

Comment: Chaisson came up big at the end with 4.5 sacks in LSU’s last three games including two against Oklahoma to earn defensive MVP honors of the College Football Playoff semifinal. Is listed at 6-4, 250.

and was also named a permanent team captain as a 20-year-old redshirt sophomore.