Mock Draft Roundup

There have been a lot of mock drafts posted on Hogs Haven over the last week, and everyone is envisioning a new set of rookies being drafted by the Redskins this season. Not having a 1st round draft pick this year makes it more difficult to predict who our 1st draft pick will be this year. It also limits the amount of mock drafts that have a Redskins pick since many sites only mock 1 round at this point.

I've compiled a list of a few mock drafts from around the web that include a wide variety of players and positions for the Redskins 2nd round pick(#51 overall). There are players in the secondary, defensive line, offensive line and a few wide receivers in the mix. Who is your preferred pick out of this list, and is there anyone else you would like to see the Redskins pick?


Draft Pick


CBS Sports Projections




Phillip Thomas, FS Fresno State



#3 FS

Reasoning: "The Washington Redskins need secondary help. DeAngelo Hall played well down the stretch, but he is owed over $7m next season. He has made his intentions to stay clear, but with the Redskins' cap situation, he is far from a lock to be on the opening roster in 2013. Josh Wilson is the Redskins' top corner, but he is entering a contract year. At safety, the Redskins are even worse off.

Even if Brandon Merriweather can return and stay healthy, the Redskins need a center fielder to cover the back end and limit the big plays that the Redskins gave up in 2012. Phillip Thomas is an under-the-radar FS prospect that could be a steal in the mid-second round. He does not shy away from contact and he is a ball hawk in the secondary."

Alternative Picks: Logan Ryan, CB, Rutgers, Oday Aboushi, OT, Virginia

WalterFootball (Walter)

Terrance Williams, WR Baylor



#6 WR

Reasoning: "The Redskins want secondary help, but Terrance Williams is just too good to pass up at this juncture. Besides, Washington has to obtain upgrades at receiver, so why not grab one of Robert Griffin's former teammates?"

Previous Pick: Xavier Rhodes, CB, Florida State

WalterFootball (Charlie)

Bacarri Rambo, S Georgia



#4 FS

Reasoning: "Sources have said the Redskins will look to upgrade their defensive backfield with corners and safeties over the offseason. Rambo's range and big-play ability fits what Bruce Allen and Raheem Morris look for in safeties.

Rambo was suspended for the first four games of the 2012 season because of a positive drug test. It was't the first time he was suspended by Georgia. The senior recorded 73 tackles, one sack, three forced fumbles, two passes broken up and three interceptions during his 10 games this year. He had a monster performance against Georgia Tech and played well against Florida."

NEPD (Loyko)

Jonathan Cyprien, FS, Florida Int.



#2 SS

Reasoning: "The Redskins #1 need is to address their safety position as Brandon Meriweather isn't exactly the most reliable player back there. While there are bigger "name" safeties available, Cyprien is a stud who is going to be a complete safety in the NFL. He plays with such a physical edge, but also showed the ability to cover in Mobile."

NEPD (Christensen)

Larry Warford, OG, Kentucky



#3 OG

Reasoning: "Warford is another talented guard in a very deep class. He has unreal strength and moves well for a big man. Once he locks on, it is over."

NEPD (Hope)

Keenan Allen, WR, California



#1 WR

Reasoning: "It is unclear whether Robert Griffin III or Kirk Cousins will be starting next season under center for the Redskins, as Griffin will attempt to recover quickly from a torn ACL. Regardless who starts, adding another weapon to the passing game would be a great idea, especially with the value of receivers still available on the board.

California's Keenan Allen would be a steal outside the top 50 and could give Griffin/Cousins a go-to playmaker opposite Pierre Garcon. Allen is a good possession receiver with great size, hands and route-running ability."

Draft Season (Lomas)

Kawann Short, DT, Purdue



#7 DT

Reasoning: "Short is an interior playmaker that is much more agile than his weight would suggest. When Short turns it on he looks like a top DT prospect, but he also has those lulls that make you see why he is far from a first round lock."

Mocking The Draft

Jonathan Cyprien, FS, Florida Int



#2 SS

Reasoning: "Without a first-round pick, the Redskins need to hit in the second round. A pass coverage safety is a big-time need for Washington and the rising Cyprien is the best available."

Fanspeak (Steve)

Jordan Poyer, CB, Oregon State



#5 CB

NFL Trade Rumors

Blidi Wreh-Wilson, CB Connecticut



#12 CB

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