Oct 18, 2014; Gainesville, FL, USA; Missouri Tigers defensive lineman Shane Ray (56) rushes against the Florida Gators during the second half at Ben Hill Griffin Stadium. Missouri Tigers defeated the Florida Gators 42-13. Mandatory Credit: Kim Klement-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. 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 # 26
31. 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 safety. So Eric Rowe could give the Redskins a lot talent and versatility in their defensive backfield. LW # 31
30. Shane Ray, OLB/DE – Missouri: (6-3, 245) Projected Round – Top 15. Likelihood on the Board when Redskins Pick – Good. After cited for weed possession, Shane Ray’s stock drops even more. The Redskins are thin at outside linebacker and they didn’t re-sign Brian Orakpo. Shane Ray is a terror off the edge and that ability is a commodity in the NFL. Ray couldn’t compete at the NFL Combine and he’ll have to make up for what he lost there with his pro day. LW # 12
29. Arik Armstead, DE – Oregon: (6-7, 292) Projected Round – 1st-2nd. The Redskins don’t have an immediate need at defensive end as they’ve loaded up at the position in free agency. However, they could still stand to add more youth at the position and Oregon’s Arik Armstead had great size and could be developed to play the five technique DE for the Redskins. A lot of people have him rated as a top ten pick but I don’t see it. LW # 27
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