NFL Mock Draft 2016: Redskins must bolster D-line

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Oct 10, 2015; Oxford, MS, USA; Mississippi Rebels wide receiver Laquon Treadwell (1) carries the ball against New Mexico State Aggies defensive back Lewis Hill (29) during the game at Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Justin Ford-USA TODAY Sports /

Cornerback. Florida State. Jalen Ramsey. 5. player. 52. The Jaguars defense could use more depth and talent all over their defense but the defensive backfield is one of the main areas that need addressing.  Jalen Ramsey could play cornerback or safety for the Jags and give Gus Bradley another weapon to attack offenses with. 

26. The Ravens need to add a wide receiver.  Steve Smith Sr. is coming back next season and while he’s still a threat, he’s past his prime and will retire at some point sooner than later.  So the Ravens need to find a receiver to slide into Smith’s role when the time comes and Laquon Treadwell is arguably the top receiver in the draft.. Wide Receiver. Mississippi. Laquon Treadwell. 6. player

Offensive Tackle. Notre Dame. Ronnie Stanley. 7. player. 42. The 49ers need a quarterback but with the top two off the board, they may be better off addressing another need on the offensive line and taking tackle Ronnie Stanley.  Connor Cook is on the board but this may be a bit too high for him.  Trading down could be an option for the 49ers.<b>  </b>

Mackensie Alexander. 8. player. 59. The Dolphins have a lot of needs but their biggest need might be at cornerback.  The Dolphins have a good cornerback in Brent Grimes but he’s getting a little long in the tooth and they could use more young talent at the position.  Mackensie Alexander could help give that to them.   NFL Mock Draft. Cornerback. Clemson

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