With something like 160 players off the board at this point, and having essentially three straight picks (with RBV's Rd 10 pick the only pick in between), I thought it was about time.
I think there are a lot of things to like about Seager. He had a pretty good year in his 1st full season despite the ineptitude of Seattle's offense. The Mariners are moving in the fences this season, will hit #2 or #3, and one can assume there won't be as weird of weather that they had in Seattle in 2012. His home/road splits were insane last year, and if his production at Safeco normalizes even a little bit, he's going to have a great year.