Everyone's favorite social experiment is back. With the second fourth round pick the community took yet another offensive lineman in Boise State product Nate Potter. So far the draft looks as follows:
1st- Robert Griffin III, QB, Baylor
3rd- Mitchell Schwartz, OT, Cal
4th- Phillip Blake, C, Baylor
4th- Nate Potter, OT, Boise State
Today we pick up with the fifth round and the following choices:
Tank Carder, ILB, Texas Christian: Carder was a leader for the Horned Frogs defense and would be a great developmental linebacker for the Redskins to grab.
Michael Egnew, TE, Missouri: At 6'5 Egnew is a big physical target who could team up with Fred Davis as a "new wave" tight end.
Coryell Judie, CB, Texas A&M: Judie is a solid cornerback who excels in zone coverage. He is a sure tackler and was a leader on the Aggies defense. Judie also comes with an ability to play special teams, which should be expected out of a fifth round pick.
David Molk, C, Michigan: Remember last year how trendy Jake Kirkpatrick, Kris O'Dowd, and Ryan Bartholomew were? How's that working out? I think Molk fits in that exact same bucket, although some Skins fans already think he'll be an upgrade over Will Montgomery.
Tommy Streeter, WR, Miami: At nearly 6'5 Streeter could be the red zone threat the Skins have been looking for for so long. He is deceptively fast for a big guy, but only had one real year of production as a Hurricane and is a bit inconsistent.
Phillip Thomas, S, Syracuse: Thomas is thrown into the draft a year earlier than expected, earlier this year Syracuse suspended him for his entire senior season for "violating athletic department policy". At Syracuse Thomas led the team in tackles and had six interceptions. Thomas has had a private workout with the Redskins.
Redskins Community GM: Fifth Round Selection
Tank Carder, ILB, TCU (320 votes)
Michael Egnew, TE, Missouri (76 votes)
Coryell Judie, CB, Texas A&M (191 votes)
David Molk, C, Michigan (76 votes)
Tommy Streeter, WR, Miami (165 votes)
Phillip Thomas, S, Syracuse (428 votes)
1256 total votes