2: EDGE Chase Young, Ohio State
It would take an absolute miracle for the Skins to pass on Chase Young. The number one overall player on most, if not all, big boards out there. After a strong 2018 season taking over for Nick Bosa and a third place Heisman finish as a defensive player, Redskins get their guy.
66. OT Prince Tega Wanogho, Auburn
After spending a 2019 1st rounder on Dwayne Haskins, they need to consider getting him some outside help. With Trent Williams unlikely to play and Morgan Moses getting older, its time to get a young guy to get their young QB some protection.
108. CB Michael Ojemudia, Iowa
Moving on from Josh Norman, leaves Washington with Faiain Moreau and Kendall Fuller. Not bad but after that, the depth isn’t great. While their young D-Line seeming to be someone set for the future with Sweat, Allen, Payne and now Young, it only make sense to get some additional help in the defensive backfield and Ojemudia should step right in to play some nickel/dime packages.
142. WR Collin Johnson, Texas
Any football fan can tell by watching this offense that Haskins has nowhere to throw besides to Scary Terry McLaurin. Other options include Trey Quinn and Cody Latimer. Yikes. Johnson comes in standing at 6’6 and can give Washington some outside size they have whiffed on in past drafts. This will also keep Scary Terry inside, where he belongs.
162. OL Yasir Durant, Mizzou
Can’t have too many young offensive lineman. Especially, at 6’6 330 pounds. Should be a solid backup with the potential to start. Likely to be a swing tackle or guard.
216. QB Steven Montez, Colorado
With the signing of Kyle Allen, this pick doesn’t have much of a chance to play. Alex Smith is still on the roster also but no one really knows what is going to happen with him. Montez should be a fine third stringer.
229. S Myles Dorn, North Carolina
Dynamic players that played both free safety and often played in the box in college. Should make the roster and give more depth behind Landon Collins and Sean Davis.