Which Redskins draft pick do you have the highest hopes for?

May 12
Clemson's Bashaud Breeland, left, breaks up a pass intended for N.C. State's Marquez Valdes-Scantling during a Sept. 2013 game. (Karl B DeBlaker/Associated Press)
Clemson’s Bashaud Breeland, left, breaks up a pass intended for N.C. State’s Marquez Valdes-Scantling during a Sept. 2013 game. (Karl B DeBlaker/Associated Press)
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Normally, this would be kind of a no-brainer question — you’d just say the first-round pick. But the Redskins didn’t have one of those, and then they traded back from the top of the second round, and drafted with their highest pick a player at a position in which two starters are entrenched.

Meantime, the third-round offensive lineman was cast as a first-rounder by some, and he’s local. The fourth-round corner might have been a first-round if he’d stayed in school another year, and the sixth-round running back is a favorite of star QB Robert Griffin III from college.

I’d bet most of you go Moses, but one could make a case for several players.

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More draft coverage from The Post:

Mark Maske’s NFC draft grades

Redskins draft for depth and competition

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