2015 NFL Draft: Redskins Big Board – Vol. 8

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Aug 30, 2014; Charlottesville, VA, USA; UCLA Bruins linebacker Eric Kendricks (6) returns an interception for a touchdown against the Virginia Cavaliers in the second quarter at Scott Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

2015 – Redskins NFL Draft – Big Board:  This is a big board ranked to the specific needs of the Washington Redskins and not the NFL.  Players the Redskins might be drafting with their first pick.  It’s possible the Redskins might trade down in the first round too, we rank players into the middle of the first round.

32.  Eddie Goldman, DT – Florida State: (6-3, 320) Projected Round – 1st. Likelihood on the Board when Redskins Pick – Good.  The Redskins could use more young talent on the defensive line.  Eddie Goldman could play either defensive end or nose tackle in the Redskins 3-4 defense.  LW # 24

31.  Eric Kendricks, ILB – UCLA: (6-0, 232) Projected Round – 1st-2nd. The Washington Redskins done’t necessarily have a huge need at inside linebacker but Eric Kendricks is the type of playmaker on defense that the Redskins could use next to the up and coming Keenan Robinson at ILB.  LW # NR

30.  T.J. Clemmings, OT – Pittsburgh: (6-5, 305) Projected Round – 1st-2nd. T.J. Clemmings is a big yet agile offensive tackle.  The Redskins need to add more talent to their offensive line and could use his skills to compete at right tackle.  LW # 29

29.  Maxx Williams, TE – Minnesota: (6-4, 249) Projected Round – 1st-2nd. The Washington Redskins have a need to add size and blocking ability at tight end.  Maxx Williams is the top tight end in the draft and the Redskins would have to consider taking him if they trade down and get an extra pick in round two.  LW # 30

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