2011 NFL Draft Picks: Washington Redskins Projections – Results
With free agency unavailable this off-season, it will be interesting to see how each team drafts this spring. Throughout the three days of the 2011 NFL draft, we will be updating this page for the Washington Redskins every night to give you analysis of their selection results.
On Thursday NFL teams will only select players in the first round of the draft. On Friday, they will all select their second and third round picks.
Saturday each team will finish of its draft by selecting players through rounds four to seven. Enjoy the draft and come back here later to see our take on players selected for the Washington Redskins.
2011 Draft Selections (Before Draft Begins)
|1||16th Traded with Jags at draft
|5||24th (from NO)|
Redskins Draft Needs
QB, WR, OT, OG, CB, DE, ILB, RB, C
Sorry, the Redskins suck right now and need a bunch of help.
16. Washington Redskins Select: LB Ryan Kerrigan
This was probably a very good move for the Redskins because the truly need high motor, stand up players. Ryan Kerrigan will help this teams pass rush. I give Shannahan some credit for this pick but in reality, they need a lot of help to get things turned around.
Draft Grade: B
41. Defensive Tackle Jarvis Jenkins (Trade with Texans)
The Redskins needed help up front as it appears that “big fat boy” Haynesworth can’t keep himself out of trouble. Hopefully Jenkins can make an impact right away.
79. Wide Receiver Leonard Hankerson
The Redskins are in great need of help at a few positions and wide receiver is one of them. Leonard Hankerson was a nice addition at this point in the draft.
105. Running Back Roy Helu
146. Defensive Back Dejon Gomes
177. Running Back Evan Royster
I know the Redskins took a running back earlier but I just think Evan Royster will be the one to get the football on this team in the end.
178. Wide Receiver Aldrick Robinson
213. Defensive Back Brandyn Thompson
217. Offensive Lineman Maurice Hurt
224. Defensive End Markus White
253. Nose Tackle Chris Neild