Markus Koch, 6-5, 270, DE, Boise State, Round 2: Fractured left fibula during first day of practice at East-West Shrine game . . . Played in game anyway and didn't realize leg was broken for about three weeks . . . Division I-AA all-America . . . Four-year starter . . . Missed parts of last two seasons with shoulder and leg injuries . . . Born in Niedermarsberg, West Germany of parents who defected from East Germany . . . Canadian citizen who was high school friend of Capitals defenseman Scott Stevens in Kitchener, Ontario . . . Physical education major . . . Drafted by CFL Toronto Argonauts.
Walter Murray, 6-3, 200, WR, Hawaii, Round 2: Set Western Athletic Conference record for career receiving yards with 2,867, breaking John Jefferson's mark of 2,824 . . . Considered to be like Art Monk in height and speed . . .College quarterback was Redskins safety Raphel Cherry.
Alvin Walton, 6-0, 180, CB/S, Kansas, Round 3: Missed entire 1985 season when he was declared academically ineligible . . . Played one season at Kansas, two at Mt. San Jacinto Junior College . . . Redskins plan to try him at strong safety . . . Would have been Jayhawks' punt returner if he had played last season, according to General Manager Bobby Beathard . . . Runs 40 in 4.5 seconds . . . Hometown is Banning, Calif.
Ravin Caldwell, 6-3, 238, LB, Arkansas, Round 5: Fractured his kneecap in the fifth game of senior year and missed the remainder of the season . . . Uncertain how much he will be able to do at May minicamp . . . Three-year starter at stand-up defensive end . . . . . . Criminal justice major from Fort Smith, Ark.
Mark Rypien, 6-4, 234, QB, Washington State, Round 6: Threw for 4,573 yards in his college career, second to Jack Thompson's school-record 7,818 . . . Selected all-Pac-10 first-team quarterback as a junior . . . Given an "excellent" chance to make the Redskins by Beathard . . ."A big kid with big potential and a big-league arm," says Beathard.
James Huddleston, 6-4, 267, G, Virginia, Round 6: Has gained nearly 20 pounds since senior season . . . Redskins view him as prospective long-snapper and special teams player . . . Graduated in May 1985 with double major in rhetoric and communications studies, and psychology . . . Missed entire 1984 season due to disciplinary action after he was convicted of assault and battery and public drunkenness after an incident with a professor in Feb. 1984 . . . Played high school ball at Episcopal in Alexandria.
Rick Badanjek, 5-8, 217, RB, Maryland, Round 7: Terrapins' all-time leading touchdown scorer . . . Scored 49 touchdowns in 48 games at Maryland . . . Gained 2,588 rushing yards in career . . . Well-known locally for his short-yardage, "Riggo-like Drill" . . . He said he wanted to be a Redskin.
Kurt Gouveia, 6-1, 227, LB, Brigham Young, Round 8: Can play both middle and outside linebacker . . . Was BYU's leading tackler last season . . . From Honolulu.
Wayne Asberry, 5-10, 185, CB, Texas A&M, Round 9: Played free safety in college, but considered to be a better corner . . . Has 4.5 speed.
Kenny Fells, 6-0, 190, RB, Henderson State (Ark.), Round 11: Led NAIA Division I in rushing with a 138.4-yard average in 10 games.
Eric Yarber, 5-8, 156, WR, Idaho, Round 12: Led Big Sky Conference in receiving with 75 receptions for 1,103 yards and 10 touchdowns . . . Returned punts for 13-yard average.