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2020 NFL Draft - Mark Tyler’s Day Two Big Board for the Redskins

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Last night, with the second overall pick in the draft, the Redskins made the expected choice with the selection of Ohio State EDGE Chase Young. The dynamic pass rusher will bring his talents to a front four that currently has four former first round picks.

Day two of the 2020 NFL Draft starts at 7:00pm Friday. This will take us through rounds two and three. Currently the Redskins own the 66th overall pick.

There was some hope that a deal could get done to send Trent Williams to greener pastures and return a second round pick for the disgruntled former Pro Bowler. That, however, seems to be dwindling by the minute, and although it’s not quite over yet, it looks as though this may very well drag on past the draft; and maybe even through the season.

The Redskins do however has some remaining team needs that need to be filled, and will look to the next two days to do so.

Below is my top 20 Big Boards followed by my remaining positional rankings for the Redskins top needs.

*Positional prospects are graded through round 5

Redskins Big Board:

Xavier McKinney S Alabama

Kristian Fulton CB LSU

Denzel Mims WR Baylor

Laviska Shenault Jr. WR Colorado

Grant Delpit S LSU

Antoine Winfield Jr. S Minnesota

Josh Jones OT Houston

Trevon Diggs CB Alabama

Ezra Cleveland OT Boise St.

Tee Higgins WR Clemson

Kyle Dugger S Lenoir-Rhyne

Lucas Niang OT TCU

Michael Pittman Jr. WR USC

Jaylon Johnson CB Utah

Jeremy Chinn S Southern Illinios

K.J. Hamler WR Penn State

Cole Kmet TE Notre Dame

Logan Wilson LB Wyoming

Adam Trautman TE Dayton

Prince Tega Wanogho OT Auburn

Positional Breakdown:


Denzel Mims Baylor

Laviska Shenault Colorado

Tee Higgins Clemson

Michael Pittman Jr. USC

K.J. Hamler Penn State

Van Jefferson Florida

Chase Claypool Notre Dame

Bryan Edwards South Carolina

Tyler Johnson Minnesota

Donovan Peoples-Jones Michigan


Cole Kmet Notre Dame

Adam Trautman Dayton

Hunter Bryant Washington

Thad Moss LSU

Albert Okwuegbunam Missouri

Harrison Bryant Florida Atlantic

Devin Asiasi UCLA

Brycen Hopkins Perdue


Josh Jones Houston

Ezra Cleveland Boise St.

Lucas Niang TCU

Prince Tega Wanogho Auburn

Saahdiq Charles LSU

Robert Hunt La Lafayette

Ben Bartch St. Johns

Matt Peart UConn

Jack Driscoll Auburn


Logan Wilson Wyoming

Willie Gay Jr. Miss St.

Malik Harrison Ohio St.

Akeem Davis-Gaither App. St

Troy Dye Oregon

Evan Weaver Cal


Kristian Fulton LSU

Trevon Diggs Alabama

Jaylon Johnson Utah

Bryce Hall Virginia

Cam Dantzler Miss St.

Troy Pride Jr. Notre Dame

Darnay Holmes UCLA

Amik Robertson La. Tech

Harrison Hand Temple

Trajan Bandy Miami

Reggie Robinson II Tulsa


Xavier McKinney Alabama

Grant Delpit LSU

Antoine Winfield Jr. Minnesota

Kyle Dugger Lenior-Rhyne

Jeremy Chinn S. Illinois

Ashtyn Davis CAL

K’Von Wallace Clemson

Terrell Burgess Utah

Geno Stone Iowa