2014 – Redskins NFL Draft – Big Board – Vol. 1

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16.  Davante Adams, WR – Fresno State:  (6-2, 216) Projected Round – 2nd.  Likelihood on the Board when Redskins Pick - Good.  Adams is a big and fast receiver.  Something the Redskins don’t really have right now.  LW # 16

15.  Ed Reynolds, S – Stanford: (6-2, 206) Projected Round – 2nd.  Likelihood on the Board when Redskins Pick - Good.  Reynolds is the kind of big safety the Redskins could use.  LW # 15

14.  Jarvis Landry, WR – LSU: (6-0, 195) Projected Round – 2nd.  Likelihood on the Board when Redskins Pick - Good.  The Redskins need to add more options at wide receiver.  LW # 14

13.  Antonio Richardson, OT – Tennessee:  (6-6, 327) Projected Round – 2nd.  Likelihood on the Board when Redskins Pick - Good.  The Redskins could use an upgrade at right tackle.  LW # 13

12.  Cyril Richardson, OG – Baylor: (6-6, 345) Projected Round – 2nd.  Likelihood on the Board when Redskins Pick - Good.  The Redskins need to add some size on the interior of the offensive line, and Richardson ahs plenty of that.  LW # 12

11.  Jordan Matthews, WR – Vanderbilt: (6-3, 205) Projected Round – 2nd.  Likelihood on the Board when Redskins Pick - Good.  The Redskins need some depth at wide receiver and Matthews has the size the Redskins could use.  LW # 11

10.  Brandin Cooks, WR – Oregon State: (5-10, 186) Projected Round – 2nd.  Likelihood on the Board when Redskins Pick - Good.  Cooks brings quickness to the table and could inside or outside.  LW # 10

9.  Xavier Su’a-Filo, OG – UCLA: (6-3, 305) Projected Round – 2nd.  Likelihood on the Board when Redskins Pick - Good. The Redskins have a need on the interior of the offensive line and Su’a-Filo could fill that need.  LW # 9

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  • Mi IIamo Antonio

    Maurice, I was a huge fan of McCullers but he was getting moved to the side like a foot stool in the senior bowl and at times just 1on1. Still think he has a ceiling potential. I like how you aren’t big on the ILB and se of the WR. Kelvin in the 2nd or Coleman in the 4th would make me happy, either one with a Troy Niklas to go, yea, HTTR.

    • http://fanonfiresportswire.com/ Maurice Barksdale

      Antonio, I agree about McCullers, he still has a lot to prove but I think he would be a good pick up in the fourth round or later. And I think a lot of this is predicated based on what the Redskins do in free agency. So things will become clearer for the draft then.

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