Assessing Washington Redskins first-round options: RB Derrius Guice
By Ian Cummings
The offseason never sleeps.
The NFL season might be over, but there’s still plenty of football to pay attention to.
Later this month, in Indianapolis, Indiana, the NFL Scouting Combine will take place, featuring both widely-renowned prospects and little-known players. At the combine, scouts will get a close look at players’ natural talents and limitations alike, and they’ll get a chance to speak one-on-one with prospects, to assess their mental acumen as well.
In the days leading up to this event, we’ll keep you affiliated with some of the draft’s stars and sleepers alike. Because when it’s all said and done, every pick matters, and no player should be left unacknowledged. They’re in the conversation for a reason. Because there’s a chance they can truly play at the next level.
Today, our subject is one of the Washington Redskins’ many options with the No. 13 pick. Since Jacob started out with his favorite prospect, I’ll do the same. It’s on! Today, we’ll take a close look at LSU running back Derrius Guice. What does he do well? Where can he improve? Can he give the Washington Redskins the running game they’ve lacked for so long? Turn the page, and take a look.