Every year there is a line in the sand when it comes to potentially dominating players at the top of the draft.
The redskins got lucky going no less than #6.
QB Andrew Luck, LT Matt Khalile, CB Morris Claiborne, RB Trenton Richardson, WR Justin Blackmon and QB Robert Griffin III look like sure fire potential Pro-Bowl, if not ALL Pro Potential. It looks like at the moment there may be a drop off in talent after these 6.
The good news for the Redskins is that teams may not be willing to move down past #6 in a trade. The bad luck part is that Cleveland picks ahead of the Redskins. With more ammo from the Julio Jones draft last year, Cleveland may not have to move either to get RGIII.
2 Stud Franchise Quarterbacks, a stud Left Tackle, a Shut Down Corner, a Front Line Wide out and a potentially great Running Back may make it really tough for anyone to move in or out of the top 6.
How about giving Peyton Manning a running back like Trenton Richardson. Wow! The Rams will be licking their chops between Khalile and Blackmon (one will keep Bradford upright and the other will give the Rams the target he desperately needs). Shut down corners are almost impossible to come by. Luck will be incredibly hard to pass on by the Colts. Will they be willing to go down to #5 or #6 and pick up their lottery winnings and get Richardson also? I don't think so. Andrew Luck will be a Colt. My guess is that the Rams will not trade the #2 pick no matter what. They will take Khalile or Blackmon. Minnesota will take the other. Both the Rams and Minnesota need a LT or stud Wide Receiver. A new coach will come in and grab the Shutdown corner for Tampa Bay. Sticking Trent Richardson on Cleveland's backfield to team with their new Quarterback, Matt Flynn (my prediction) is going to leave us Redskins fans with our wish: RGIII is coming to DC!