Mike Shanahan's three-year history of Redskins drafts suggests that Washington won't stand pat this weekend.
Sharrif Floyd tops the class of defensive line prospects in this year's NFL draft.
Mark Maske takes one final crack at predicting the first round in what looks to be a fluid, hard-to-predict draft.
The way teams are using tight ends in the NFL these days gives Notre Dame's Tyler Eifert and Stanford's Zach Ertz hope of being first-round picks.
Ezekiel "Ziggy" Ansah, who has only three seasons of experience playing football, has become a tantalizing but risky prospect expected to be among the first 10 players drafted.
The Redskins have more pressing needs early, but late in the draft, the value is there at wide receiver.
Will Notre Dame's Manti Teo be taken in the first round?
The Rams got a haul of picks last season when the Redskins moved up to draft Robert Griffin III. One of those picks could go towards replacing RB Steven Jackson with Eddie Lacy.
Cornerback D.J. Hayden nearly died from an injury suffered during a practice at Houston last season. That won't stop him from getting drafted, and he could be available when the Redskins pick at No. 51.
There's not a lot of flash at the top of the draft, but there are top-notch tackles, none of whom will likely end up as Redskins.