Keith Taylor, Cornerback, Washington – 6-3, 195
Keith Taylor has been generating some buzz of late and there are many reasons why this is happening. First, he is a highly underrated corner who could see his stock rise – maybe as high as the third round. The one negative for Taylor is that he watches the quarterback too much at times and loses sight of the receiver. That also makes him vulnerable to various fake options from the quarterback. Taylor is a physical corner and will need a period of time to adjust to the NFL. With experience, he could be a starter in a year or two.
Trey Sermon, Running Back, Ohio St. – 6-1, 215
Back in the day when running backs were highly valued, Trey Sermon would’ve been selected in the second round. In today’s NFL, running backs are almost relegated to second class citizenship levels. Advantage Washington Football Team. As the 2020 season progressed for the Buckeyes, Sermon became a force for them in the running game. He would be a perfect fit with Antonio Gibson and J.D. McKissic.