You may remember that about a month ago I participated in #MockOne, a comprehensive mock draft where various bloggers around the league represent all thirty-two teams. I was given the opportunity to partake in #MockThree which is a War Room style draft where three people make the decisions for one team. In the Redskins case the three decision makers were myself, Steve, and Kevin. Here are the results we came up with in #MockThree:
1.02- Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor: Colts took Luck which sealed taking RG3.
3.06- Zebrie Sanders, OT, Florida State: The Skins invested quite a bit into RGIII, so now they need to protect their investment. Sanders will hopefully be able to lock down the RT spot at some point this season, and help Griffin grow.
4.07- Leonard Johnson, CB, Iowa State: The Redskins secondary is a mess and they need all the depth they can get. Johnson should be an instant upgrade over Kevin Barnes, and a decent project with last year's draft pick Brandyn Thompson.
WE HAVE A TRADE...
Redskins send pick 4.14 to Buffalo for picks 4.29 and 6.08
4.29- Phillip Thomas, S, Syracuse: With the departure of Laron Landry and OJ Atogwe the Redskins need help at Safety. Thomas would be a solid fit for the Skins. He immortalized Sean Taylor as a kid and hopes to follow him in the pros.
5.06- Michael Brewster, C, Ohio State: The Redskins need to build offensive line depth, especially in the interior, Brewster would go a long ways in doing this. Brewster is also a high character guy and team captain who fits the recent mold of Mike Shanahan draft picks.
6.08- Tank Carder, ILB, TCU: The Redskins need inside linebacker depth BAD. They still haven't re-signed London Fletcher and Perry Riley and Lorenzo Alexander are the only two on the the current roster at ILB. Carder would be a great developmental addition for the Skins.
7.06- George Bryan, TE, NC State: Fred Davis isn't a world-beater as a blocking TE and Chris Cooley is aging. Bryan would be a solid addition and could add in both the passing and blocking game for the Skins.
You can view the full #MockThree results here: http://www.mockone.net/MockDraft/MockDraft.php