That concludes our second stream-of-consciousness Washington Football Team 7-round mock draft of the offseason! Not gonna lie, these are kind of fun. Let me know who you guys picked. Here are my selections round-by-round, after a couple trade-backs.
- Round 1 – South Carolina CB Jaycee Horn
- Round 2 – Alabama LB Dylan Moses
- Round 3 – Alabama OT Alex Leatherwood
- Round 3 – Miami TE Brevin Jordan
- Round 3 – Texas FS Caden Sterns
- Round 6 – Baylor EDGE William Bradley-King
- Round 6 – Arkansas DT Jonathan Marshall
- Round 6 – Georgia Tech WR Jalen Camp
- Round 7 – Illinois State S/LB Christian Uphoff
- Round 7 – Iowa State RB Kene Nwangwu
- 2022 TEN third-round pick
I’d be thrilled with this haul in real life. Not having any picks in Rounds 4 and 5 doesn’t look great on the surface, but in reality, the trade-up into Round 3, while depriving Washington of a fourth-rounder, allowed them to select a high-upside free safety to pair with Kamren Curl. It also gave them an extra third in 2022.
Meanwhile, the trade back from Round 5 gave the Washington Football Team three sixth-round picks, with which to select high-upside players. Meanwhile, the draft board at Washington’s fifth-round pick wasn’t very inspiring to begin with.
What do you think of my selections, and what paths did you choose in this stream-of-consciousness mock draft? Post your own individual scenarios in the comments section below!