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.
Justin Tryon, CB, 5-9, 190, Arizona State
His size is some concern, but could develop into a nickel corner.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.