Redskins rookie minicamp roster features 38 tryout players


New Redskins head coach Jay Gruden watches tryout player Daniel McKinney catch and run with a pass at rookie minicamp. (Richard Lipski/For The Washington Post)

The Washington Redskins’ rookie minicamp roster features 38 players in attendance on a tryout basis in addition to the eight draft picks and 10 undrafted rookies Washington signed last week.

The minicamp kicked off Friday, the morning after players reported to Redskins Park for physicals. The group went through classroom and on-field session on Friday, and got back to work Saturday. The players are slated for both a morning and afternoon practice session on Saturday – the only day open to the media.

The Redskins had yet to release the list of players invited to try out for future signings. The players on that list are:

QB Mike Box – Indiana (Pa.)

RB Kyler Elsworth – Michigan State
RB David Nwabuisi – Northwestern
RB Roderick McDowell – Clemson
RB A.J. Blue – North Carolina

WR Eddie Poole – Bethune-Cookman
WR Daniel McKinney – Florida Atlantic
WR Chris Fields – Ohio State
WR Kenny Bell – Alabama
WR Terrill Barnes – Indiana (Pa).
WR Aaron Johnson – Lynchburg

OL Alex Parsons – Southern California
OL Josh Bucci – Villanova
OL Steve Greene – Connecticut
OL DeAndre Williams – Florida Atlantic
OL Regan Dufort – Appalachian State
OL Clint Marsh – Grambling

DE Frank Kearse – Alabama A&M
DL Aaron Davis – Southern Methodist
DL Leevon Perry – North Dakota State
DL Jairus Campbell – Bowling Green
DL Tyler Dippel – Wisconsin

LB Tyrone Cornelius – Miami
LB Anthony Brown – Eastern Kentucky
LB Tanner Brock – Texas Christian
LB Stephon Robertson – James Madison
LB Lanford “J.R.” Collins – Virginia Tech
LB Quandon Christian – Clemson
LB Michael Cole – Maine
LB Steve Gargiulo – San Diego

DB Sean Parker – Washington
DB Sam Miller – Florida International
DB Justin Blake – Hampton
DB Blake Sailors – Georgia
DB Courtney Bridget Jr. – Hampton
DB Ross Madison – Toledo
DB Kevin Fogg – Liberty

LS J.R. Carr – Tennessee

Have a question about the Redskins? Send an e-mail to mike.jones@washpost.com, with the subject line “Mailbag question,” and it might be answered on Tuesday in The Mailbag.

Mike Jones covers the Washington Redskins for The Washington Post. When not writing about a Redskins development of some kind – which is rare – he can be found screaming and cheering at one of his kids’ softball, baseball, soccer or basketball games.

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Mike Jones · May 16, 2014