Jah-Maine Martin, Running Back, North Carolina A&T – 5-10, 215
Jah-Maine Martin is a small college prospect who has received little to no attention from analysts, but pro scouts are likely aware of this dynamic running back. Ignore him at your own peril. With legs the size of tree trunks, Martin combines low-to-the-ground power with speed and shifty moves. He is able to gain major chunks of yardage routinely and is a threat to rush for long touchdowns on any play. He could quickly become a fan favorite.
Gerrid Doaks, Running Back, Cincinnati – 6-1, 225
Gerrid Doaks is a large running back who is able to play lower to the ground to gain leverage. He is a power back that is able to churn through defensive linemen and linebackers at will. Doaks plays with a determined mean streak and each play seems like it is a mission to level the competition. Earlier in his career, Doaks was plagued by several injuries and missed one season altogether. He was healthy the last two seasons and this Bearcat displayed the power and strength that should serve him well at the next level.
Justin Hilliard, Linebacker, Ohio State – 6-1, 225
As an underrated linebacker for Ohio State, Justin Hilliard was able to carve out a decent career for the Buckeyes. He was part of a rotation that included Pete Werner and Baron Browning and that hindered his time on the field. When he did see playing time, Hilliard proved that he was an effective linebacker on the outside and able to compete against elite Big Ten competition. Hilliard figures to be a key contributor on special teams and be a significant depth option on the outside.
Tamorrion Terry, Wide Receiver, Florida State – 6-3, 205
In all honesty, Tamorrion Terry should be rated higher than a seventh-rounder, but there are a couple of concerns – among them his route running diversity and the occasional dropped pass. The latter is correctable and the former is a bit overblown. Terry will bring a dynamic downfield threat and should be able to provide the Washington Football Team with a true red-zone target with his strong hands and height advantage. He also has an uncanny ability to sneak by cornerbacks regularly and score easy touchdowns.
Verdict: It would be tempting to pick Martin, but Doaks is the better and much more seasoned option. Martin should be a priority UDFA for the Washington Football Team. Hilliard will offer quality depth at a position of need and while it is tempting to pick Terry here, Washington might want to focus on a key team need.