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Washigton Red Sea Pedestrians 2020 NFL Draft Grade:  B-

Chase Young is special.  3rd round WR/RB Antonio Gibson could be a nice Swiss Army knife if used properly.  T Saahdiq Charles could start if he stays out of trouble.  Though it's not technically a draft pick, the Red Sea Pedestrians were fleeced by the 49ers for Pro Bowl tackle Trent Williams.  The Pedestrians wanted a first round pick and instead received a third rounder in 2021.  4th round WR Antonio Gandy-Golden is a ridiculous athlete.  The Red Sea Pedestrians don't have a real quarterback and we have to wonder if Cam Newton isn't reunited with Ron Rivera in the next few weeks.  

Washington Redskins 2018 NFL Draft Grade: C+

Da'ron Payne and Derrius Guice should be starters, but we have concerns about Guice after it was reported that NFL teams did not ask him at the Combine if he was gay in spite of his comments to the contrary.  There is also word on the street that Guice has an "embarrasing situation" that hasn't been made public yet.  Don't know, but he could be a nutter.  Tim Settle should develop into at least a rotational DT and T Geron Christian and CB Greg Stroman have starter attributes.

Washington Redskins 2017 Draft Grade: A-

The Redskins get their best grade in years, drafting for value from first pick to last. Jonathan Allen fell to them at 17, ostensibly because of injury concerns, but that's a perfect marriage of team need and player. Second round linebacker Ryan Anderson was the pick we didn't love, particularly with Raekwon McMillan and Zach Cunningham still on the board. If CB Fabian Moreau can stay healthy he's a starter and we expect RB Samaje Perine to compete for the starting job in 2017.  TE Jeremy Sprinkle should fit into the number two TE role, and late rounders, CB Josh Holsey and S Josh Harvey-Clemons, have starter qualities. Keep an eye on sixth round Georgia State wide receiver Robert Davis.  He has elite receiver ability but will need some NFL coaching.

Washington Redskins 2016 NFL Draft Grade: B

It's the Skins first decent draft in several years.  They brought in a young potential #1 receiver in Josh Doctson who we had as the highest ranked receiver in the draft.  Hybrid Su'a Cravens has a high football IQ, though he's limited athletically. We liked DT Matt Ioannidis more than most people and speedy Georgia RB Keith Marshall could be a steal if he can stay healthy.

Washington Redskins 2015 DRAFT GRADE: C+

We like the idea of drafting two guards in the first 4 rounds to bolster a sagging offensive line, but we don't think Brandon Scherff, selected with the 5th overall pick, was good value.  We are fans of second round defensive end Preston Smith and 4th round wide receiver Jamison Crowder, but we didn't like Matt Jones in the third round, particularly with some of the running backs that were still available.

UDFA most likely to make the team: Takoby Cofield- OT, Duke

Washington Redskins 2014 Draft Grade: C

The Redskins didn't have a first round pick, but they did okay with what they had.  Third round tackle Morgan Moses should start at right tackle and 4th round corner Bashaud Breeland has loads of potential but is still too inconsistent.  Trent Murphy is a solid second round value but with Ryan Kerrigan and Brian Orakpo ahead of him we're not sure he will see the field.  Late round running back Lache Seastrunk might see some occasional third down work.

UDFA most likely to make the team:  Kofi Hughes- WR, Indiana