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- Nico Collins, Wide Receiver, Michigan. Collins would be a good fit with Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel.
- Pete Werner, Linebacker, Ohio St. If a linebacker is not chosen in the first two rounds, Werner could be a target of the Washington Football Team.
- Jackson Carman, Offensive Tackle, Clemson. Listing him as a third-rounder seems odd, but Washington could score a steal if they draft Carman in this round.
- Andre Cisco, Free Safety, Syracuse. Yes, we listed him as a potential bust. However, if he can overcome injuries, Cisco could be the best free safety in the 2021 draft.
- Tommy Tremble, Tight End, Notre Dame. Another prospect that we listed as a potential bust, but Tremble could be a huge steal if he improves as a receiver.
- Kenneth Gainwell, Running Back, Memphis. Is Antonio Gibson’s former teammate a target in this round? Gibson is probably lobbying for his friend. And Gainwell is a beast.
Ken’s Korner: Any one of these players could be in a Washington Football Team uniform very soon.
- Davis Mills, Quarterback, Stanford. Sure, we listed him as a bust. He has plenty of potential and the Burgundy and Gold could be looking for a long-term quarterback prospect in this round.
- Ben Cleveland, Guard, Georgia. Cleveland is big and strong. He could start much sooner than many may expect.
- Dylan Moses, Linebacker, Alabama. Moses is rated as a fourth-rounder by many analysts and that seems like a crime. Washington might take a flyer on him if he lasts this long.
- Austin Watkins, Wide Receiver, Alabama-Birmingham. If the draft wasn’t so incredibly deep with wide receiver talent, Watkins would be a second-round prospect.
- Trey Smith, Offensive Guard, Tennessee. Smith has fallen out of favor with some analysts, but he could be a solid interior lineman in this league for a decade or more.
- Deonte Brown, Offensive Guard, Alabama. He could start from day one and have an All-Pro career.
Ken’s Korner: There could be a lot of good value to be found in Round 4.