NFL Draft 2010: Redskins' picks

A look at their draft picks:

Pick Player Pos. College Ht./Wt. Notes
4. (Rd. 1) Trent Williams
[Trent Williams]
Tackle Oklahoma 6-412, 314 The Redskins passed over Russell Okung to take Williams at left tackle. Some observers thought he was a better fit for the Redskins than Okung, although Okung is the higher-rated prospect by most. Video
103. (Rd. 4) Perry Riley LB LSU 6-1, 239 Was a weak-side linebacker for the Tigers but has been projected by many to play as an inside linebacker in the NFL. He started 22 college games and played a role in 185 tackles with two sacks and also made two interceptions.
174. (Rd. 6) Dennis Morris TE Louisiana Tech 6-2, 265 He's a tight end who had mostly flown under the radar before the draft. In fact, he was not invited to the NFL Scouting Combine
219. (Rd. 7) Terrence Austin WR UCLA 5-10, 172 Seems poised to challenge as a special teams contributor. For the Bruins, he received second-team All-Pac 10 honors his final two years as a kick returner.
229. (Rd. 7) Erik Cook C New Mexico 6-6, 318   
231. (Rd. 7) Selvish Capers OT West Virginia 6-4, 308   

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