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Redskins Have a Lot of Options In 4th Round; List of Best Available

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SB Nation's draft expert, Dan Kadar, from Mocking the Draft, just compiled a list of all the top players available going into day three, and the Redskins are guaranteed a winner. The ones that that stand out most to me given the Redskins needs are:


- Bruce Campbell | OT | 6'7, 310 pounds | Maryland
- Jonathan Dwyer | RB | 5'11, 235 pounds | Georgia Tech
- LaGarrette Blount | RB | 6'1, 240 pounds | Oregon
- Joique Bell | RB | 6'1, 223 pounds | Wayne State
- Kam Chancellor | FS | 6'4, 224 pounds | Virginia Tech
- Trevard Lindley | CB | 6'0, 178 pounds | Kentucky



- Thaddeus Gibson | OLB | 6'2, 240 pounds | Ohio State
- Joe McKnight | RB | 6'0, 200 pounds | USC
- Tony Pike | QB | 6'5 3/4, 223 pounds | Cincinnati
Dan LeFevour | QB | 6'3 1/4, 230 pounds | Central Michigan

Honestly, I don't see how we lose with any of these guys above the line. If the Redskins somehow managed to have Bruce Campbell fall to them, they would have drafted the 2 fastest offensive linemen in the combine. What DC fan doesn't love a Terp on their team? OK...don't answer that. 

The draft order for Round 4 tomorrow, starting at 10AM, is:

1.) STL Rams
2.) MIN Vikings (from DET)
3.) TAM Buccaneers
4.) HOU Texans (from KC)
5.) Redskins

A look back at the Redskins 4th round history, er, is not good:

2009: -
2008: Justin Tryon | CB | AZ State
2007: -
2006: - 
2005: Manuel White | FB | UCLA
2004: - (only 4 picks total) 
2003: - (only 3 picks total)
2002: -
2001: Sage Rosenfels | QB | Iowa State
2000: Michael Moore | G | Troy State
1999: Nate Stimson | LB | Ga Tech
1998: Shawn Barber | LB | Richmond
1997: Albert Connell | WR | Texas A&M
1996: Stephen Davis | RB | Auburn