The third and final day of the NFL Draft is getting underway and the Washington Redskins have six picks in rounds four through seven.
The team met one of its needs along the offensive line Friday with the third-round selection of SMU guard Josh LeRibeus.
On offense, Washington still could use a right tackle, a tight end and possibly a running back. Defensively, the Redskins could pursue a cornerback, a safety and possibly an inside linebacker.
There are some talented players left on the board for the Redskins. In the fourth round, they have the seventh and 14th overall picks.
Some of the top players left on the board are Ole Miss tackle Bobby Massie, Georgia cornerback Brandon Boykins, Georgia tight end Orson Charles and South Carolina safety Antonio Allen.