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NFL Mock Draft Roundup: Who are the Redskins taking on Day 2?

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Last mock draft roundup for this draft I swear. The Redskins picked QB Dwayne Haskins and OLB Montez Sweat in the 1st round yesterday. Day 2 is here and Washington has two 3rd round picks. Their 2nd round pick went to the Indianapolis Colts when they traded up for Sweat.

The mock draft community has a few positions pegged for the Redskins on Day 2. Cornerback, guard, and wide receiver are the most popular picks. There are also a few inside linebackers, and a tight end. All of these are positions that the Redskins will be looking at tonight. Guard and wide receiver sounds like a good combo for Washington.

CBS Sports(White)

#76 Nate Davis, OG/C, Charlotte

The Redskins need to beef up the interior of their offensive line, and Davis is a small-schooler a lot of teams like as a guard.

#96 Andy Isabella, WR, Massachusetts

Isabella turned plenty of heads with a great combine, and he’s a versatile option at receiver who has enough talent to be a Round 2 pick. If he’s lost in the shuffle among bigger names at the position, someone will get a steal.

Sporting News(Iyer)

#76 Joejuan Williams, CB, Vanderbilt

Washington has had a close eye on his help for the secondary

#96 Anthony Johnson, WR, Buffalo

Washington needs to work on improving the support for Dwayne Haskins.

MMQB(Orr)

#76 Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

Dwayne Haskins joins a team with arguably the worst receiving corps in football. Ridley at least gives them a precise route runner to help make up for the loss of Jamison Crowder.

#96 Michael Deiter, G, Wisconsin

Some insurance just in case Ereck Flowers isn’t the long-term answer at left guard.

Walter Football

#76 Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio State

The Redskins have nothing at receiver, so they’ll have to do something about that on Day 2 of the 2019 NFL Draft.

#96 Dawson Knox, TE, Ole Miss

Jordan Reed has proven to be unreliable, so the Redskins will need to find a new tight end.

NFL Spin Zone

#76 Trayvon Mullen, CB, Clemson

Washington continues their excellent draft (that feels weird to say) by picking up Trayvon Mullen. He’s another player with the length to cause issues for receivers but he does need to work on not getting so grabby with his hands while in coverage. That could lead to some unwanted laundry on the field.

#96 Chase Hansen, ILB, Utah

Washington gets a solid playmaker here in Chase Hansen. Many won’t look at him due to his size, but this kid flies all over the field. He may need to add some bulk to be an every-down linebacker but he could be a special teams star until then.

NFL.com(Zierlein)

#76 Kendall Sheffield, CB, Ohio State

#96 Vosean Joseph, LB, Florida

The Athletic(Brugler)

#76 Nate Davis, OG/C, Charlotte

#96 Mecole Hardman, WR, Georgia

Bleacher Report(Miller)

#76 Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

#96 David Edward, OT, Wisconsin

Draft Wire(Easterling)

#76 Lonnie Johnson, Jr., CB, Kentucky

#96 Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

DraftTek

#76 Lonnie Johnson, Jr., CB, Kentucky

#96 Riley Ridley, WR, Georgia

The Phinsider

#76 Kelvin Harmon, WR, N.C. St.

#96 Amani Hooker, DB, Iowa

Bleeding Green Nation

#76 Julian Love, CB, Notre Dame

#96 TJ Edwards, LB, Alabama

College Football News

#76 Amani Oruwariye, CB, Penn State

#96 Emmanuel Hall, WR, Missouri

Ben Standig

#76 Deionte Thompson, S, Alabama

#96 Kelvin Harmon, WR, N.C. State