2014 Senior Bowl. Here is a Senior Bowl viewing guide that features college players to keep an eye on who might end up as future Redskins.
Senior Bowl: North Team vs. South Team - 1/25/14 - 4:00 pm – NFL Network
It’s more than likely that the Washington Redskins will draft more than one player who is playing in this game. So it’s advantageous for Redskins fans to watch this game, and get a glimpse at players who may be future Redskins. I may be fun to try to take a look at the game the way NFL scouts and personnel people would.
As the final score of the game isn’t as important as the individual performances of the players themselves. The Redskins have needs at defensive end, inside linebacker, offensive line, wide receiver, and at cornerback and safety. Pretty much every where. But wide receiver is a position to watch closely, especially Vanderbilt’s Jordan Matthews.
Also, the inside linebackers bare watching closely, especially Chris Borland from Wisconsin, as he has generated a lot of buzz at the Senior Bowl. And at Defensive end, keep a close watch on Virginia’s Brent Urban, as the Redskins need to add a disruptive force like him at defensive end. Also watch out for cornerback Stanley Jean-Baptiste.
It’s possible that the Redskins could draft a running back, but that’s one of the team’s deepest positions, and they draft two last season, so I wouldn’t look for them to take one this year. But James White from Wisconsin is a name to remember:
I have done extensive guides on the above needed positions including quarterback. And links to each are included here: