By Jacob Camenker
Marcus Simms is one of two players who is expected to be selected in the NFL supplemental draft. Might the Washington Redskins select him?
One of the Washington Redskins’ biggest weaknesses is at the receiver position. Though the team selected Kelvin Harmon and Terry McLaurin in the 2019 NFL Draft and will be getting Paul Richardson back from injury, the team still doesn’t have a lot of depth at the position. While they have upside, most of their players are potential-based contributors. So, needless to say, they could use an upgrade.
The NFL Supplemental Draft will take place on Wednesday, and there is a receiver prospect this year who is expected to be selected. That’s West Virginia wide receiver, Marcus Simms.
Simms is a very good athlete who posted solid numbers in each of the last two seasons with the Mountaineers. In 2018, he posted his best season to date, logging 46 catches for 699 yards and two touchdowns. He set his career-high in touchdown catches in 2017 with five.
So, with Simms becoming available, the question is, should the Redskins consider taking him in the supplemental draft? And the answer to that is pretty...