NFL Draft: Day Three Preview

The Redskins with a strong opening three rounds in the 2016 NFL Draft. All three selections, Josh Doctson, Sua’ Cravens and Kendall Fuller are, or were projected first round draft picks.

With a short turn around from the end of round three on Friday night, to a Noon start for the final four rounds, we are listing the players available at what we feel are the positions of need. Washington has five selections on Saturday, one each in the 4th, 5th and 6th rounds and a pair in the 7th and final round.

Quarterback (7)

Connor Cook Michigan State

Dak Prescott Mississippi State

Brandon Allen Arkansas

Cardale Jones Ohio State

Kevin Hogan Stanford

Jeff Driskel Louisiana Tech

Brandon Doughty Western Kentucky

Running Back (8)

Jordan Howard Indiana

Devontae Booker Utah

Kenneth Dixon Louisiana Tech

Paul Perkins UCLA

Alex Collins Arkansas

Jonathan Williams Arkansas

Kelvin Taylor Florida

Keith Marshall Georgia

Center (8)

Jack Allen Michigan State

Christian Westerman Arizona State

Evan Boehm Missouri

Austin Blythe Iowa

Kyle Friend Temple

Jake Brendel UCLA

Marcus Henry Boise State

Matt Skura Duke

Defensive Line (14)

Andrew Billings Baylor

Sheldon Day Notre Dame

Hassan Ridgeway Texas

Willie Henry Michigan

DJ Reader Clemson

Anthony Zettel Penn State

Antuwan Woods USC

Nile Lawrence-Stample Florida State

Quinton Jefferson Maryland

Gerald Dixon Jr. South Carolina

Delvin Simmons USC

Destiny Vaeao Washington State

Matthew Ionnadis Temple

Shawn Oakman Baylor

Linebacker (14)

Scooby Wright Arizona

Kentrell Brothers Missouri

Joshua Perry Ohio State

B.J. Goodson Clemson

Dominique Alexander Oklahoma

Jared Norris Utah

Blake Martinez Stanford

Josh Forrest Kentucky

Beniquez Brown Mississippi State

Terrance Smith Florida State

Antonio Morrison Florida

Tyler Matakevich Temple

Steven Daniels Boston College

Cassanova McKinzy Auburn

Safety (12)

Miles Killebrew Southern Utah

DeAndre Houston-Carson William & Mary

Jeremy Cash Duke

Jayron Kearse Clemson

Tyvis Powell Ohio State

Jalen Mills LSU

Deon Bush Miami, FL

K.J. Dillon West Virginia

Elijah Shumate Notre Dame

Rashard Robinson LSU (CB/S)

Kevon Seymour USC (CB/S)

Brian Poole Florida (CB/S)

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  • Definitely solid options left at C, LB, 3rd string QB, RB and along the DL. We may not be as familiar with their names the later it gets in the draft, but you can bet Scot does.

  • In addition to projected starters Kerrigan and Gallete, the Skins have now selected a LB in the 2nd round of 3 consecutive NFL drafts (Murphy, Smith, Cravens) . Meanwhile, Jarvis Jenkins was selected in the 2nd round of the 2011 draft, the only defensive lineman that Washington has selected among the first four rounds in the past 20 drafts, since Kennard Lang was picked in the 1st round out of Miami. It’s entirely possible we could see a DL selected in the 4th round later today.

  • That photo makes Billings look like 10 pounds of sugar in a 5 pound bag

  • i’m lost with Billings . . . he had just as good production, and better measurables than just about all of the of the DT/NT prospects in the draft . . . why is he still available? . . . what do i not know?

  • Trump wants to deport him

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