Day three of the NFL draft gets underway soon with the Redskins scheduled to have five more picks today. I do wonder if they use their extra fifth round pick to move up in the fourth to grab one of the safeties that is falling. But even if they stick with the 22nd pick of the fourth round, 119 overall, there is plenty of talent still on our Redskins draft board.
The top player we have left on our board is Alabama nose tackle Jesse Williams, who we had a late first round grade on. It appears the injury he picked up at the end of the season has teams more worried about his future than us fans are.
Along the offensive line, interior guys like Barret Jones and my personal favorite, Brian Schwenke are still available should the Redskins look to bolster Robert Griffin III's protection.
At safety, the Redskins biggest position of need, guys like Bacarri Rambo and Duke Williams remain on the board. Both of those guys will be mighty tempting for the Redskins at 119 should they fall that far.
There's also a lot of options on offense should the Redskins look to add another weapon alongside third round pick Jordan Reed. I'm surprised to see Quinton Patton still available, while guys like Ryan Swope, Da'Rick Rogers and Josh Boyce all offer interesting options at receiver. Andre Ellington is would bring a lot of speed to the Redskins backfield and is also the best blocking back in the draft; while former Oregon Duck Kenjon Barner has experience in an option style offense.
Who should the Redskins select in the fourth round? Should they look to trade up?