2009 NFL Draft: Redskins


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Round 1, Pick 13  
Brian Orakpo
Defensive End/ Linebacker
Texas; 6-3, 263
Widely regarded as the draft's top pass-rushing prospect. Full Story
Rd. 3, Pick 16 (No. 80)  
Kevin Barnes
Cornerback
Maryland
6-0, 187
Maryland cornerback could have gone higher if he hadn't missed six games as a senior due to a shoulder injury. Full Story
Rd. 5, Pick 14 (No. 150)  
Traded to Vikings The Redskins traded their third pick in the draft to the Vikings for a pick later in the fifth round (No. 158) and a pick in the seventh round (pick No. 221), which was originally theirs (it went to the Vikings as compensation for the Erasmus James trade from last year). The Vikings selected Jasper Brinkley, a linebacker from the University of South Carolina.
Rd. 5, Pick 22 (No. 158)  
Cody Glenn
Linebacker
Nebraska
6-0, 244
In a pick gained in a trade of picks on Sunday with the Vikings, the Redskins added Glenn, an outside linebacker from Nebraska. He'll supply depth and special teams help.
Rd. 6, Pick 13 (No. 186)  
Robert Henson
Linebacker
TCU
6-0, 240
The second straight LB of the day, Henson addresses a need for young players on special teams and at linebacker with Marcus Washington and Khary Campbell departing.
Rd. 7, Pick 13 (No. 222)  
Eddie Williams
Tight End
Idaho
6-1, 239
Pick earned with trade of picks on Sunday with Vikings. Williams was the Vandals leading receiver with 54 catches for 687 yards and six touchdowns this past season.
Rd. 7, Pick 34 (No. 243)  
Marko Mitchell
Wide Receiver
Nevada
6-2, 303
Mitchell was ranked second nationally his junior year with an average 21.3 yards per catch. Made first team All-WAC this season.

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