Washington Football Team Mock Draft: Either/Or all-offense mock

Penn State TE Pat Freiermuth. Mandatory Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports
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Mississippi WR Elijah Moore. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images)
Mississippi WR Elijah Moore. (Photo by Jonathan Bachman/Getty Images) /

Round 3

Washington picks twice in this round and we will feature two players plus two more to complete the exercise.


Tylan Wallace, Wide Receiver, Oklahoma St. – 6-0, 190

Tylan Wallace is still a good pick at this juncture.  Here is what we said about him in the first “Either/Or” mock draft.

"The Washington Football Team is likely to add a stud receiver in free agency.  That would make for a lethal combination with Terry McLaurin, but adding Tylan Wallace to this mix would transform the receiver corps to an elite level in just one offseason.  Wallace is the perfect complement in such a scenario.  He’s an excellent option for short routes, slants, wide receiver screens and intermediate routes.  He is not a speedster, but he doesn’t need to be in this offense.  The Oklahoma St. star can move the chains on sustained drives and provide a good second or third option for the quarterback."


Elijah Moore, Wide Receiver, Mississippi – 5-9, 185

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If Elijah Moore was three or four inches taller, we would be talking about him as a first-round talent.  He’s lightning fast.  He is a superb route runner.  He can line up on the outside or as a slot receiver – Moore is comfortable in any offensive alignment.

Moore is a legitimate threat to score anytime he touches the ball.  Due to his stature, this Rebel is not the best of blockers and that is why most of his production is likely to be as a slot.  He is a sure bet to snag 70 to 80 receptions a year.


Brevin Jordan, Tight End, Miami – 6-4, 245

Brevin Jordan continues to be a focus here at Riggo’s Rag for a reason.  He is a talented, but somewhat underrated tight end.  Analysts tend to rate him as a third or fourth-rounder, but he could rise into the second round.

Jordan is a bona fide weapon and will catch nearly every pass that is thrown his way.  He is also a superb blocker.


Landon Dickerson, Offensive Guard, Alabama – 6-6, 325

Landon Dickerson began his collegiate career at Florida State and then he transferred to Alabama.  At both stops, he was a rock-solid lineman who played all five positions on the offensive line.  Dickerson’s calling is at guard where he could carve out a long and productive career in the NFL.  He could be a possible starter from day one for the Washington Football Team.

Verdict:  Moore is an exciting player and he would do well in Scott Turner’s offense.  Dickerson provides good value here and he is a versatile lineman and you can never have enough players in the trenches – that sounds familiar.