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    • Your 2019 Washington Redskins Draft Class

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      Every pick made and every trade is all below. This list includes which former players became compensatory picks as well.
      Each player has a link to a highlight package or in the case of Alexander and Clinton-Dix a link to their player profile and stats.

      Round 1, 15th Pick (15 overall): Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio St.

      Round 1, 26th Pick (26 overall): Montez Sweat, EDGE, Mississippi St.^

      Round 2, 14th Pick (46 overall): TRADED^

      Round 3, 12th Pick (76 overall): Terry McLaurin, WR, Ohio St.

      Round 3, 32rd pick (96 overall): TRADED^^*

      Round 4, 10th pick (112 overall): Bryce Love, RB, Stanford^^

      Round 4, 16th pick (118 overall): Traded to Green Bay for Ha Ha Clinton-Dix (9 games)

      Round 4, 29th pick (131 overall): Wes Martin, OG, Indiana^^

      Round 5, 15th pick (153 overall): Ross Pierschbacher, C/OG, Alabama

      Round 5, 35th pick (173 overall): Cole Holcomb, LB, North Carolina**

      Round 6: 2018 Supplemental Draft; Adonis Alexander, CB, Virginia Tech

      Round 6, 34th pick (206 overall): Kelvin Harmon, WR, North Carolina St.***

      Round 7, 13th pick (227 overall): Jimmy Moreland, CB, James Madison

      Round 7, 39th pick (253 overall): Jordan Brailford, EDGE, Oklahoma St.****


      ^ Redskins trade back into the 1st round with the Indianapolis Colts. Redskins obtain pick #26 , Colts obtain pick #46 and 2020 2nd round pick.

      ^^ Redskins trade with the Buffalo Bills. Bills obtain pick #96 , Redskins obtain picks #112 and #131 .

      Compensatory Picks

      * Compensatory Pick: Kirk Cousins

      ** Compensatory Pick: Spencer Long

      *** Compensatory Pick: Ryan Grant

      **** Compensatory Pick: Niles Paul

      In the end, the 2019 draft/draft picks provided the Redskins with 11 rookies and 1 veteran rental. Adonis Alexander has already provided some help in the secondary and special teams. In some cases some of the players drafted we won't see a full impact until 2020. Hopefully the Redskins have added more pieces to finally build the team that both the organization and the fans have been looking for the past two decades.

      Next: My breakdown of each player with grades and thought on each pick.
      This article was originally published in blog: Your 2019 Washington Redskins Draft Class started by The Burgundy Ghost
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