2015 NFL Draft: Redskins Draft Prospects 11-15

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Jan 9, 2015; Ashburn, VA, USA; Washington Redskins president Bruce Allen (left) and Washington Redskins new general manager Scot McCloughan pose for a picture at an introductory press conference for McCloughan at Redskins Park. Mandatory Credit: Geoff Burke-USA TODAY Sports

If the Washington Redskins trade down in the first round of the NFL draft on Thursday, it will probably be with a team picking in the 11-20 spots. GM Scot McCloughan may have his eyes on one of the top offensive linemen in the draft to help improve one of the weakest areas on the team.

The first offensive linemen we have ranked on our list of Redskins Draft Prospects appear in the 11-15 range. there are a few teams scheduled to pick in that range who are possible trading partners with the Redskins. Minnesota(11), Cleveland(12) and San Francisco(15) have needs at WR and the Saints(13) are in need of a pass rusher.

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In the 11th to 15th range of the first round, there are a few players with tremendous football talent. They also each have major question marks which keep them from being ranked in the top ten. Each of these players has pro-bowl potential and it will be important for the teams that draft them to properly develop them and fit them into their systems.

Here are the Players Ranked 1-5:

Here are the Players Ranked 6-10:

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