Griffin is a great cornerback from a height, length and speed aspect. In another draft, he is the small school kid getting first-round hype. In this loaded draft, he falls down and quietly goes to the Seahawks. With DeShawn Shead likely coming into the season on the PUP, there is a good chance for Griffin to compete for starting time across from Richard Sherman next year.
Hill is a great downhill, attacking safety. He has some lapses in coverage but would be a great backup behind Kam Chancellor. Hill will most certainly find a roster spot on the team as he is a great tackler and a great special teams option.
Jones is a space clogger and a potential backup to Jarran Reed. With Jones, Reed, Ahtyba Rubin and now McDowell as well, the rotation in the Seahawks interior has a variety of skill sets and looks that they can show.
Darboh has a great catch radius and is a fluid mover. He has some issues with body catches that needs worked on, but he can come in on special teams and be a potential long term replacement for Jermaine Kearse.