Washington Football Team reported prospect meetings during the offseason

Florida WR Kadarius Toney. Mandatory Credit: Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports
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Florida WR Kadarius Toney. Mandatory Credit: Vasha Hunt-USA TODAY Sports
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Washington Football Team Senior Bowl meetings: Offense and specialists

The Washington Football Team was able to meet these offensive players at the Senior Bowl back in January.


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  • Sam Ehlinger, Texas
  • Kellen Mond, Texas A&M
  • Mac Jones, Alabama
  • Ian Book, Notre Dame
  • Feleipe Franks, Arkansas
  • Jamie Newman, Georgia

The quarterbacks to watch in this group are Mac Jones, Kellen Mond, and Ian Book.

Running Backs

  • Rhamondre Stevenson, Oklahoma
  • Chris Evans, Michigan
  • Najee Harris, Alabama
  • Elijah Mitchell, Louisiana-Lafayette
  • Trey Sermon, Ohio State
  • Kylin Hill, Mississippi St.
  • Khalil Herbert, Virginia Tech
  • Ben Mason, Michigan (Fullback)
  • Larry Rountree, Missouri
  • Michael Carter, North Carolina

Wide Receivers

  • Tylan Wallace, Oklahoma St.
  • Frank Darby, Arizona St.
  • Desmond Fitzpatrick, Louisville
  • Nico Collins, Michigan
  • Sage Surratt, Wake Forest
  • Ben Skowronek, Notre Dame
  • Cade Johnson, South Dakota St.
  • DeVonta Smith, Alabama
  • D’Wayne Eskridge, Westerrn Michigan
  • Trevon Grimes, Florida
  • Kadarius Toney, Florida
  • Marquez  Stevenson, Houston
  • Amari Rodgers, Clemson
  • Cornell Powell, Clemson
  • Josh Palmer, Tennessee
  • Racey McMath, LSU
  • Shi Smith, South Carolina
  • Austin Watkins, Alabama-Birmingham

The Washington Football Team is widely expected to select a wide receiver in the third or fourth round.

Tight Ends

  • Quintin Morris, Bowling Green
  • Kenny Yeboah, Mississippi
  • Noah Gray, Duke
  • Kylen Granson, Southern Methodist
  • Tony Poljan, Virginia
  • John Bates, Boise St.
  • Hunter Long, Boston College
  • Trey McKitty, Georgia

Washington will likely add a tight end during the draft – possibly two.

Offensive Tackles

  • Brenden Jaimes, Nebraska
  • Alaric Jackson, Iowa
  • Adrian Ealy, Oklahoma
  • Robert Hainsey, Notre Dame
  • Alex Leatherwood, Alabama
  • Spencer Brown, Northern Iowa
  • Carson Green, Texas A&M
  • Dillon Radunz, North Dakota St.
  • James Hudson, Cincinnati
  • D’Ante Smith, East Carolina
  • Jaylon Moore, Western Michigan
  • Royce Newman, Mississippi

An offensive tackle is expected to the choice in the first or second round.

Offensive Guards/Inside Offensive Linemen

  • Creed Humphrey, Oklahoma
  • Robert Jones, Middle Tennessee St.
  • Quinn Meinerz, Wisconsin-Whitewater
  • Jack Anderson, Texas Tech
  • Trey Smith, Tennessee
  • Deonte Brown, Alabama
  • David Moore, Grambling St.
  • Dan Moore, Texas A&M
  • Ben Cleveland, Georgia
  • Jake Curhan, California
  • Drake Jackson, Kentucky
  • Aaron Banks, Notre Dame
  • Landon Dickerson, Alabama

Will the Washington Football Team find Brandon Scherff’s eventual replacement?


  • Riley Patterson, Memphis
  • Jose Borregales, Miami


  • James Smith, Cincinnati
  • Max Duffy, Kentucky

Tress Way is not going anywhere and a punter will not be taken in the draft

Long Snappers

  • Ryan Langan, Georgia Southern
  • Camaron Cheeseman, Michigan
  • Thomas Fletcher, Alabama

Could the Washington Football Team bring in some competition for Dustin Hopkins?  His contract is for one year only and Patterson or Borregales could be an option.  Washington needs a long snapper and there are three good candidates listed here.  Fletcher comes with a championship pedigree, but Cheeseman is somewhat bigger with a stronger build.