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Mel Kiper’s 2019 NFL Mock Draft 2.0: Redskins Get a Quarterback

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NCAA Football: Senior Bowl Chuck Cook-USA TODAY Sports

ESPN Football analyst Mel Kiper Jr. pushed out his latest 2019 first round mock draft.

In this new version, Kiper has three quarterbacks going in the top 15 picks, with the Redskins landing one of them.


15. Washington Redskins

Drew Lock, QB, Missouri

Welcome to the first round, Drew Lock. He was the best quarterback at the Senior Bowl, and he might have the most arm talent of any passer in this class. Now, he’s inconsistent. He misses throws and needs a lot of work on his footwork. He put some bad performances on tape in 2018, though he finished the season strongly. You can see on that tape, though, why a team could fall in love and take the 6-foot-4, 228-pound Lock early. That could be Jay Gruden’s Washington team, which might not have Alex Smith this season.


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