Redskins' Draft

Monday, April 28, 2008

Third Round

96th overall

Chad Rinehart, OL, 6-5, 320, Northern Iowa

Has the size and versatility the Redskins covet on the line, and adds much-needed depth. Will start as a backup right tackle-right guard.

Fourth Round

124th overall

Justin Tryon, CB, 5-9, 190, Arizona State

His size is some concern, but could develop into a nickel corner.

Sixth Round

168th overall

Durant Brooks, P, 6-0, 204, Georgia Tech

The only kicker-punter on the team's board, he'll provide competition to inconsistent Derrick Frost.

180th overall

Kareem Moore, DB, 5-11, 213, Nicholls State

A big hitter and special teams force, he's raw but a player Washington targeted in the late rounds.

186th overall

Colt Brennan, QB, 6-3, 205, Hawaii

Must overcome hip surgery and a sidearm release. Very much a project, but an incredibly accurate and productive passer in college.

Seventh Round

242nd overall

Rob Jackson, DE, 6-4, 259, Kansas State

Lacks the frame to be an every down end, but Washington has serious needs along the line and he's the only end or tackle taken.

249th overall

Chris Horton, S, 6-0, 212, UCLA

Washington had only three safeties on the roster entering the draft and needs bodies at minicamp. Has the athleticism to stick around.

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