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Thumbs Up, Thumbs Down for Each Teams' Draft Class - ESPN

Breaking down the Redskins 2015 draft class |

Overall this feels like a good solid draft (which is a pretty big improvement in DC), but not the home run draft that some were hoping for.

Washington Redskins Draft Wrap-up - ESPN Redskins Blog

Best move: Focusing on the offensive line. While edge rusher was a big need -- and they did add another outside linebacker in Preston Smith -- the Redskins needed more competition along the offensive line. They found a Day 1 starter in Brandon Scherff; they view him as a right tackle.

Grading the Redskins' Draft - CSN Washington

Since we don't know how the careers of the players picked by the Redskins yesterday will turn out we have to dig in a little more to come up with a grade for Scot McCloughan's first draft with the team. Here's my assessment, feel free to leave yours in the comments.

Jay Gruden Reacts to Day 3 Picks - CSN Washington

Shortly after the Redskins made their 10th—and final selection—in the 2015 draft, Coach Jay Gruden met with reporters to discuss the team's Day 3 picks. Here are some of the highlights:

-Gruden said he can envision WR Jamison Crowder, the fourth round pick out of Duke, as a punt returner.

Need to Know: Sorting out the roles for the Redskins' 2015 draft class - CSN WashingtonRole playing

Here is a quick assessment of what the role of each of the Redskins' draft picks might be in the coming season.

OL Brandon Scherff—He will be plugged in at right tackle and over the course of the season we will see if he is more suited to playing guard or tackle in the NFL.

Brandon Scherff Meets Fans, RG3 (Video) - CSN Washington

Catching a Draft - DC Hotread, Chris Russell

Scot McCloughan's first Washington Redskins draft will be remembered as the class that got the needle moving in the right direction again. Hopefully. For everyone's sake.

The Redskins took three offensive linemen, two wide receivers, a running back, two defensive backs, an edge defender and an inside linebacker for the organization's ten picks.

McCloughan said he wanted "ten-plus" picks in his first draft and he got to his minimum threshold.

Redskins Introduce a Really Big Three - Washington Post

Maske's Draft Grades for all 32 Teams - Washington Post

Too Soon To Judge Scot McCloughan's first draft class - Washington Post

Only time will reveal whether the first cadre of Washington Redskins drafted by General Manager Scot McCloughan will form the core of a contender, if they can help reverse a woebegone franchise's track. The question that matters: Are these guys any good? The only honest answer: Who knows? Wait and find out.

But McLoughan's first draft showed something more vital. In McCloughan, the Redskins have a man in charge who knows what he wants to do and has the discipline and wherewithal to do it.

Quick Snap Draft Grades for NFC East Teams -

2015 NFL Draft Grades -

ESPN Mel Kiper Draft Grades - ESPN

Full list of UDFA Signings -

2015 NFL Draft Winners and Losers |