2015 NFL Draft: Redskins Big Board – Vol. 10

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Oct 18, 2014; Eugene, OR, USA; Washington Huskies defensive back Marcus Peters (21) runs on the field before the game against the Oregon Ducksat Autzen Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Scott Olmos-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 mid to first round.

32.  Eric Rowe, CB / S – Utah: (6-1, 205) Projected Round – 1st-2nd.  Utah’s Eric Rowe can play cornerback and safety and the Redskins need help at both positions, particularly at free safetySo Eric Rowe could give the Redskins a lot talent and versatility in their defensive backfield.  LW # 31

31.  Eli Harold, OLB – Virginia: (6-4, 250) Projected Round – 1st-2nd.  Eli Harold had a good performance at the NFL Combine and he should now be on the Washington Redskins radar.  There is a need to add depth at the outside linebacker position and if the Redskins trade down, Harold will be a player they look at.    LW # 32

30.  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 # 30

29.  Marcus Peters, CB – Washington: (6-0, 197) Projected Round – 1st. The Washington Redskins don’t have a whole lot of depth at cornerback.  DeAngelo Hall is still coming back from an Achilles injury and Tracy Porters struggled with injuries last season as well.  So the Redskins need more talent and more bodies at cornerback.  LW # 28

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