2nd Round CB Jordan Poyer, Oregon St.
While it would be great if a Jamar Taylor or Jonathan Banks to fall for the Redskins, the reality is the could very well be off the board. Poyer is a really good corner prospect who fits well with the Redskins. He's got nice size, displays great technique, and has really good awareness. In addition to having good ball skills, Poyer also has good coverage skills. He also should quickly make an impact for the team.
3rd Round S Tony Jefferson, Oklahoma
-I like Jefferson more than most, but even those who aren't as high on him, they'd think this is fair value. For me I really like the value of Jefferson at this point. He's had some consistency issues, but I think he can be a day one starter and is good in coverage. He offers good instincts and nice range, and would be a big upgrade for the Redskins.
4th Round DT Montori Hughes, Tennessee-Martin
-Hughes has some really interesting potential and though he'd be primarily a nose tackle he could play as a 3 or 5 technique as well. Right now DL depth is okay, but it could definitely improve. Most concerning is the nose tackle position as Chris Baker and Chris Neild.
5th Round RB Kenjon Barner, Oregon
-Barner would be an absolute steal for the Redskins and I think there is a legitimate shot that he'd be available for them. He would be a really nice complement to Morris in the backfield and give the Redskins a weapon for their Pistol offense.
5th Round OT Reid Fragel, Ohio State
-Fragel is a bit of a project, but he's got really good upside. He's a converted TE, who was really good for Ohio State this past year, his first as an OT. He's got impressive athleticism, and could even develop into a LT level of talent.
6th Round S Cooper Taylor, Richmond
-Taylor offers impressive size and speed, and is a nice depth pick to help fix the Redskins safeties. Taylor also shows pretty good awareness and understanding of his position. He may take a year or two to develop (though can help on Special Teams), but he's got some nice upside.
7th Round OLB Michael Buchanan, Illinois
Buchanan really fell off this year due to injury and he's a prime candidate to slide down draft boards. There is some legit potential and pass rush ability here.