Some Positions the Redskins Can Look to Upgrade in the 2019 NFL Draft
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By Mark Tyler

The first four games of the 2018 season have given fans a good snapshot of areas the Redskins may need to improve on in next years offseason. Granted, it’s still very early, but the teams is still void of some key playmakers in some areas of great importance.

Below is a look at some early draft prospects that may be able to help the Redskins out in the first three rounds of the 2019 NFL Draft. Keep in mind that this list is very fluid at this point.

EDGE:

Nick Bosa (JR) Ohio St 6’4” 265

Montez Sweat (JR) Miss St 6’6” 245

Clelin Ferrell (SR) Clemson 6’5” 260

Jalen Jelks (SR) Oregon 6’6” 250

Austin Bryant (SR) Clemson 6’5” 265

Brian Burns (JR) Fl St 6’5” 240

Joe Jackson (JR) Miami 6’5” 258

Jaylon Ferguson (SR) LA Tech 6’5” 262

Anfernee Jennings (JR) Alabama 6’3” 265

WR:

D.K. Metcalf (SO) Ole Miss 6’4” 230:

N’Keal Harry (JR) Arizona St 6’4” 213:

A.J. Brown (JR) Ole Miss 6’1” 225:

David Sills V (SR) WVU 6’4” 210

Juwan Johnson (JR) PSU 6’4” 231

CB:

Greedy Williams (SO) LSU 6’2” 180

Deandre Baker (SR) Georgia 5’11” 185

Trayvon Mullen (JR) Clemson 6’1” 190

Blace Brown (SR) Troy 6’0”...



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