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    Starting today and on through the draft, it will be non-stop. Buckle in. BBQ is about to go into overdrive.
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    Burner’s Burning Questions: Free Agency, Mock Drafts, Camps, Roster Predictions, 2018


    Greetings from BBQ to everyone in BGO land and guests from social media – we hope you become a member here.

    Today we bring you our latest mock of the 2018 offseason and there are some changes, including a trade. The Redskins are evaluating more prospects each day and the draft is just under three weeks away. BBQ continues to cover the 2018 offseason now with multiple updates each week. Next week we will go to three mocks (Monday, Wednesday, and Friday) and the frequency will increase as late April approaches.

    The format for the mocks this offseason will feature shorter descriptions this year for each player. Time constraints from the fall and early winter have forced us to cram a lot of research into a smaller period of time.

    Feel free to offer your own ideas about the draft, free agency, team cuts, team additions, and anything else related to these subjects. Too, we’d like to see your mocks if you are so inclined.

    An extra note: These mocks may not necessarily be what BBQ wants or what the members at BGO may prefer. These mocks are designed to try and get into the minds of the Redskins brain trust and see what they will do.

    Without any further delays, let’s take a look at the latest mock of 2018.

    Team Needs:
    Running Back
    Wide Receiver
    Tight End (?)
    Left Guard
    Defensive Tackle
    Inside Linebacker (?)
    Strike or Free Safety (?)

    Round One: Minkah Fitzpatrick, CB/SS/FS, Alabama
    Last year a special player from Alabama magically dropped to the Redskins in round one. Could it happen again?
    Other Possible Targets:
    Leighton Vander Esch, OLB, Boise St.
    Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa
    Roquan Smith, ILB, Georgia
    Derwin James, FS, Florida St.
    Vita Vea, DT, Washington
    Harold Landry, OLB, Boston College
    Da’Ron Payne, DT, Alabama
    Derrius Guice, RB, Louisiana St.

    Round Two: Trade
    The Redskins trade down to the latter part of round two and pick up a third rounder.

    Round Two: Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego St.
    The all-purpose running back can fill some major needs and provide stability to the rushing corps.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Jaire Alexander, CB, Louisville
    Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama
    Will Hernandez, OG, Texas-El Paso
    Ronald Jones, RB, Southern California
    Harrison Phillips, DE/DT, Stanford
    Darius Leonard, ILB, South Carolina St.
    Tim Settle, DT, Virginia Tech
    James Washington, WR, Oklahoma St.
    Sony Michel, RB, Georgia
    Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia

    Round Three: Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn St.
    Guess who will not be ready for OTAs? Or mini-camp? Maybe training camp? Possibly the 2018 season? Guess who may move on from that player?
    Other Possible Targets:
    R.J. McIntosh, DE/DT, Miami
    Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota St.
    Malik Jefferson, ILB, Texas
    Duke Ejiofor, DE, Wake Forest
    Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia
    Frank Ragnow, OC/OG, Arkansas
    Lorenzo Carter, OLB, Georgia
    Andrew Brown, DE, Virginia

    Round Four: Nathan Shepherd, DT, Fort Hays St.
    Matt Ioannidis turned out to be a huge steal in the fifth round two years ago. Shepherd will turn out to be a huge steal in the fourth round this year.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Dante Pettis, WR, Washington
    B.J. Hill, DT, North Carolina St.
    Josey Jewell, ILB, Iowa
    Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond
    Uchenna Nwosu, OLB, Southern California
    Korey Robertson, WR, Southern Mississippi
    Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford
    Kyzir White, SS, West Virginia

    Round Five: Micah Kiser, ILB, Virginia
    The Redskins venture down the road and find a good inside linebacker who can also play special teams.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin
    Siran Neal, SS/FS/CB, Jacksonville St.
    Sean Welsh, G/C, Iowa
    Allen Lazard, WR, Iowa St.
    Riley Ferguson, QB, Memphis
    Fred Warner, OLB, Brigham Young
    Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame

    Round Five: Folorunso Fatukasi, DT/DE, Connecticut
    A late round prospect who was a defensive tackle for the Huskies, but could also see time at end on the next level.

    Round Six: K.C. McDermott, G/OT, Miami
    Having depth and a great deal of flexibility along the offensive line helps the Hurricanes prospect.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Brad Bozeman, C, Alabama
    Dorian O’Daniel, ILB, Clemson
    Adonis Alexander, CB, Virginia Tech
    Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado St.
    Chase Litton, QB, Marshall
    Quin Blanding, SS, Virginia
    Poona Ford, DT, Texas

    Round Seven: Jake Wieneke, WR, South Dakota St.
    Coming from a lesser known program and conference, Wieneke actually has excellent skills and is an underrated prospect.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Brendan Mahon, G/OT, Penn St.
    Mike White, QB, Western Kentucky
    Greg Stroman, CB, Virginia Tech
    Teo Redding, WR, Bowling Green
    Brandon Facyson, CB, Virginia Tech
    Darren Carrington, WR, Utah

    Round Seven: Troy Apke, FS, Penn St.
    Speed, speed, and more speed. Should be an excellent special teams player. Can come in on passing downs and provide solid coverage.

    Undrafted Free Agent Prospects:
    Andrew Trumbetti, OLB, Notre Dame
    Cole Reyes, SS, North Dakota
    Jester Weah, WR, Pittsburgh
    Evan Berry, KR/FS, Tennessee
    Jordan Thomas, CB, Oklahoma
    Coleman Shelton, OG/C, Washington
    Donovan Wilson, CB, Texas A&M
    Ryan Finley, QB, North Carolina St.
    Reggie Carter, ILB, Georgia
    Eddy Peneiro, K, Florida
    Drew Bailey, DE/DT, Louisville
    Cody O’Connell, OG, Washington St.
    Walter Brady, OLB, Middle Tennessee St.
    Jeb Blazevich, TE, Georgia
    Bruce Hector, DE/DT, South Florida

    There is the latest mock of the 2018 offseason. We will have three mocks next week, a free agency update on Tuesday, and a prospects update on Thursday. The draft will be here before you know it, but we have many mocks coming in the weeks ahead. See you as we go along.

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    If the Redskins are really interested in Guice and are bringing Billy Price in for a visit, then I think there has to be some thought in the organization to moving down from #1 3 to pick up additional picks.

    Both Guice and Price appear to be players that will be available after the #1 3 pick, with Guice perhaps in that 18-24 range and Price late first to second round.

    Moving down from #1 3 to #1 8 or #20 in that range could get us back into the third round and still land a blue chip player at a position of need.

    It's funny, everyone talks about BPA, but the latest mocks from even those who are former NFL scouts show a team like New England using it's #1 picks on positions of NEED such as OT and CB with the free agent defections.

    I don't see anyone posting that New England is going to draft a quarterback in Round 1 or a wide receiver.
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    Not sure what trade scenarios will unfold, but I think it is safe to say that the Redskins are currently looking at many different trade possibilities.

    Currently listening to the Ben Standig/Chris Russell podcast - hoping to learn more.
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    Some of you may recall that I had Kevin Hogan mocked several times in the sixth round a couple of years ago. He went to another team in the fifth round, but this does show that the Skins had interest.

    Hogan does have a couple of quirks that can be corrected by Jay, but he will likely never be a starter. However, the Skins might've found their long term backup after Colt McCoy leaves. The Skins got Hogan for next to nothing - pretty good move here.

    Also, this likely ends any pursuit of a QB in the draft. I could see signing an UDFA - a camp fodder arm and practice squad player is a good thing.
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    He's only signed for one more season so the Redskins are going to have to make a decision on him pretty quickly.

    We don't have 3-4 years to let him grown into the system.
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    He is signed for this coming season and the 2019 season. He is acclimated to the NFL, so no worries there.

    He has the entire offseason to learn this offense and the time to spend with Jay, Matt Cavanaugh, and Kevin O'Connell. Plus an additional season.
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    Burner’s Burning Questions: Free Agency, Mock Drafts, Camps, Roster Predictions, 2018


    Greetings from BBQ to everyone in BGO land and guests from social media – we hope you become a member here.

    Today we bring you our latest mock of the 2018 off-season and there are some changes. The Redskins are evaluating more prospects each day and the draft is just over two weeks away. BBQ continues to cover the 2018 offseason now with multiple updates each week. This week we have three mocks (Today, Wednesday, and Friday) and next week we will go to four mocks (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday). The frequency will continue to increase as late April approaches.

    The format for the mocks this off-season will feature shorter descriptions this year for each player. Time constraints from the fall and early winter have forced us to cram a lot of research into a smaller period of time.

    Feel free to offer your own ideas about the draft, free agency, team cuts, team additions, and anything else related to these subjects. Too, we’d like to see your mocks if you are so inclined.

    An extra note: These mocks may not necessarily be what BBQ wants or what the members at BGO may prefer. These mocks are designed to try and get into the minds of the Redskins brain trust and see what they will do.

    Without any further delays, let’s take a look at the latest mock of 2018.

    Team Needs:
    Running Back
    Wide Receiver
    Tight End (?)
    Left Guard
    Defensive Tackle
    Inside Linebacker (?)
    Strike or Free Safety (?)

    Round One: Da’Ron Payne, DT/DE, Alabama
    Payne is the space eating defensive tackle that Jim Tomsula has been coveting since his arrival at Redskins Park, but the Crimson Tide prospect can play all along the line.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Leighton Vander Esch, OLB, Boise St.
    Minkah Fitzpatrick, CB/SS/FS, Alabama
    Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa
    Roquan Smith, ILB, Georgia
    Derwin James, FS, Florida St.
    Vita Vea, DT, Washington
    Harold Landry, OLB, Boston College
    Derrius Guice, RB, Louisiana St.

    Round Two: Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia
    Powerful runner. Excellent between the tackles. Difficult to bring down and rarely goes down on the first contact.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama
    Will Hernandez, OG, Texas-El Paso
    Ronald Jones, RB, Southern California
    Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego St.
    Harrison Phillips, DE/DT, Stanford
    Darius Leonard, ILB, South Carolina St.
    Tim Settle, DT, Virginia Tech
    James Washington, WR, Oklahoma St.
    Sony Michel, RB, Georgia
    Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia

    Round Four: Braden Smith, OG, Auburn
    Overlooked by many pundits, but certainly known to football scouts. Tall frame – will need to add about twenty pounds of bulk. Could start from day one.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Nathan Shepherd, DT, Fort Hays St.
    Dante Pettis, WR, Washington
    B.J. Hill, DT, North Carolina St.
    Wyatt Teller, OG, Virginia Tech
    Josey Jewell, ILB, Iowa
    Uchenna Nwosu, OLB, Southern California
    Korey Robertson, WR, Southern Mississippi
    Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford
    Kyzir White, SS, West Virginia

    Round Five: Siran Neal, SS/FS/CB, Jacksonville St.
    Neal is a versatile defensive back who could likely step in at the corner slot position immediately.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin
    Siran Neal, SS/FS/CB, Jacksonville St.
    Micah Kiser, ILB, Virginia
    Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford
    Sean Welsh, G/C, Iowa
    Allen Lazard, WR, Iowa St.
    Fred Warner, OLB, Brigham Young
    Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame

    Round Five: Folorunso Fatukasi, DT/DE, Connecticut
    A late round prospect who was a defensive tackle for the Huskies, but could also see time at end on the next level.

    Round Six: K.C. McDermott, G/OT, Miami
    Having depth and a great deal of flexibility along the offensive line helps the Hurricanes prospect.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Brad Bozeman, C, Alabama
    Dorian O’Daniel, ILB, Clemson
    Adonis Alexander, CB, Virginia Tech
    Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado St.
    Quin Blanding, SS, Virginia
    Poona Ford, DT, Texas

    Round Seven: Jake Wieneke, WR, South Dakota St.
    Coming from a lesser known program and conference, Wieneke actually has excellent skills and is an underrated prospect.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Taylor Hearn, OG, Clemson
    Brendan Mahon, G/OT, Penn St.
    Greg Stroman, CB, Virginia Tech
    Arden Key, OLB, Louisiana St.
    Teo Redding, WR, Bowling Green
    Brandon Facyson, CB, Virginia Tech
    Darren Carrington, WR, Utah

    Round Seven: Troy Apke, FS, Penn St.
    Speed, speed, and more speed. Should be an excellent special teams player. Can come in on passing downs and provide solid coverage.

    Undrafted Free Agent Prospects:
    Andrew Trumbetti, OLB, Notre Dame
    Cole Reyes, SS, North Dakota
    Jester Weah, WR, Pittsburgh
    Evan Berry, KR/FS, Tennessee
    Jordan Thomas, CB, Oklahoma
    Coleman Shelton, OG/C, Washington
    Donovan Wilson, CB, Texas A&M
    Ryan Finley, QB, North Carolina St.
    Reggie Carter, ILB, Georgia
    Eddy Peneiro, K, Florida
    Drew Bailey, DE/DT, Louisville
    Cody O’Connell, OG, Washington St.
    Walter Brady, OLB, Middle Tennessee St.
    Jeb Blazevich, TE, Georgia
    Bruce Hector, DE/DT, South Florida

    There is the latest mock of the 2018 off-season. We will have three mocks this week, a free agency update tomorrow, and a prospects update on Thursday. The draft will be here before you know it, but we have many mocks coming in the days ahead. See you as we go along.

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    Default Re: Free Agency, Mock Drafts, Camps, Roster Predictions, 2018

    In a true state of irony, I have read the Redskins ‘have’ to draft a top corner because Norman is going to get cut in 2019.

    Well, Norman may end up being a cap casualty, but what’s wrong with addressing CB in 2019?

    We have not had a DL worth a damn for a generation but we have to start filling holes for the future elsewhere first?

    I like Payne at #13 . I like James at #13 because they are blue chippers at positions we haven’t been able to fill for one reason or another in 20 years.
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    Exactly. I've also read where many at RP believe Moreau could step up big time this season. We'll see, but there is no need to panic on CB. Plus we have an excellent DB coach. Kendall Fuller improved greatly in his second season and Torrian Gray is thought to be the reason why.
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    Burner’s Burning Questions: Free Agency, Mock Drafts, Camps, Roster Predictions, 2018


    Greetings from BBQ. We hope your week is going well. Free agency continues to move along at a slower pace, but signings will continue and we are still here to cover it all.

    OTAs, the draft, mini-camps, and training camp will be here before you know it, but we’re talking free agency now and all the trades, re-signings, tags, releases, new free agents, and re-worked contracts are becoming known.

    Who will we target in free agency? Who will we re-sign? Who will we not re-sign? Who will get released? Feel free to offer your opinions and predictions.

    We take the latest chatter from Redskins Park and media pundits as BBQ tries to formulate what could happen in the coming days, weeks and months.

    Free Agents Obtained:
    Paul Richardson, WR – (Signed Five Year Deal, 3/15/18)
    Sam Irwin Hill, P – (Signed Two Year Deal, 3/16/18)
    Orlando Scandrick, CB (Signed Two Year Deal, 3/19/18)
    Pernell McPhee, OLB (Signed One Year Deal, 3/26/18)

    Free Agents Re-signed:
    Quinton Dunbar, CB/ST – (Signed Three Year Deal, 1/1/18)
    Mason Foster, ILB – (Signed Two Year Deal, 1/25/18)
    Deshazor Everett, SS/ST – (Signed Two Year Deal, 3/6/18)
    Dustin Hopkins, K – (Signed Three Year Deal, 3/12/18)
    Brian Quick, WR – (Signed One Year Deal, 3/14/18)
    Zach Brown, ILB – (Signed Three Year Deal, 3/15/18)
    Phil Taylor, DT – (Signed One Year Deal, 4/3/18)

    Trade:
    Alex Smith, QB
    Kevin Hogan, QB
    Kendall Fuller, CB (Traded to the Chiefs)
    Su’a Cravens, SS (Traded to the Broncos)

    Restricted Free Agents:
    Ty Nsehke, OT – Tendered (Second Round Tender, 3/12/18)

    Exclusive Rights Free Agents:

    Contract Extension:
    Alex Smith, QB (Four Year Extension, Five Years Total)

    Players Waived:
    LeShun Daniels, RB – (Cap Savings, $555K – Dead Cap, $0)
    Stephen Morris, QB – (Cap Savings, $555K – Dead Cap, $0)

    Pending Free Agents:
    Shawn Lauvao, OG – (Unknown)
    DeAngelo Hall, FS – (Very Likely Retires)
    Arthur Jones, DT – (Probably Walks)
    Bashaud Breeland, CB – (Very Likely Walks)
    Will Compton, ILB – (Signed With Titans)
    Junior Galette, OLB – (Very Likely Walks)
    Chris Carter, LB/ST – (Unknown)
    Tony Bergstrom, C – (Very Likely Walks)
    Zach Vigil, ILB – (Possibly Re-signs)

    Possible Release Candidates:
    Keith Marshall, RB – (Cap Savings, $33K – Dead Cap, $538.6K)
    Terrell McClain, DE/DT – (Cap Savings, $3.25M – Dead Cap, $3.75M {If June 1st Cut, Spread Over Two Yrs})
    Byron Marshall, RB – (Cap Savings, $630K – Dead Cap, $0)
    Jordan Reed, TE – (Cap Savings, $5.2M – Dead Cap, $5.4M)
    T.J. Clemmings, OT – (Cap Savings, $705K – Dead Cap, $0)
    Arie Kouandjio, OG – (Cap Savings, $705K – Dead Cap, $0)
    Demetrius Rhaney, C – (Cap Savings, $705K – Dead Cap, $0)
    A.J. Francis, DE – (Cap Savings, $705K – Dead Cap, $0)
    Sam Irwin Hill, P – (Cap Savings, $480K – Dead Cap Hit, $0)

    Offseason Updates:
    Here are the Su’a Cravens trade details:
    A. Redskins get the second of Denver’s two fifth round picks (number 163 overall).
    B. The Redskins swap fourth round positions with Denver (the lower of Denver’s two fourth round picks – number 109 overall, up from 113).
    C. The Redskins swap fifth round positions with Denver’s remaining fifth rounder (pick number 142, up from 149).
    D. The Redskins receive a conditional 2020 sixth round pick if Cravens plays in a playoff game in early 2019 or early 2020.

    Here are the picks the Redskins now have (by round) in the 2018 draft:
    1, 2, 4, 5, 5, 6, 7, 7.

    As it stands now, the Redskins would have four compensatory picks in the 2019 draft – 3rd, 5th, 6th, 6th.

    The Redskins now have $17.4M cap room and would have small cap ramifications if Terrell McClain is released as a June 1 candidate. The dead cap would be $3.75M, but could be spread out over two years.

    While Johnathan Hankins continues to ponder his future, it is important to note two things. First, the Lions and the Redskins are the only teams that currently have offers on the table. Second, the Lions have far less in cap room at this time.

    Hankins has these two offers only, but he is a free agent and any team can swoop in suddenly and sign him.

    The new cap for 2018 is $177.2M.

    Bruce Allen could be on the hot seat. There is a report that says Dan Snyder is very upset with how the Kirk Cousins situation was handled. The report goes on to say that if the Redskins have a poor or subpar season, Allen will be re-assigned and Eric Schaffer will take over GM duties.

    Personal Thoughts:
    I don’t rule out the possibility of Junior Galette returning to the Redskins. He has very little interest on the open market.

    I still believe Bashaud Breeland will not return to the Redskins, but anything is possible. Right?

    Alex Smith was the starter in Kansas City when Kevin Hogan was drafted. Smith obviously sees something in Hogan that many of us don’t see. We really shouldn’t be down on this trade. Stephen Morris was never going to be on the final roster.

    With the addition of Hogan, the Redskins can focus on depth and special team players late in the draft and have no need to draft a quarterback.

    See you as we go along.

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    Burner’s Burning Questions: Free Agency, Mock Drafts, Camps, Roster Predictions, 2018


    Greetings from BBQ to everyone in BGO land and guests from social media – we hope you become a member here.

    Today we bring you our latest mock of the 2018 off-season and there are many changes, including a trade. The Redskins are evaluating more prospects each day and the draft is just over two weeks away. BBQ continues to cover the 2018 off-season now with multiple updates each week. This week we have three mocks and next week we will go to four mocks (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday). The frequency will continue to increase over the next two weeks.

    The format for the mocks this off-season will feature shorter descriptions this year for each player. Time constraints from the fall and early winter have forced us to cram a lot of research into a smaller period of time.

    Feel free to offer your own ideas about the draft, free agency, team cuts, team additions, and anything else related to these subjects. Too, we’d like to see your mocks if you are so inclined.

    An extra note: These mocks may not necessarily be what BBQ wants or what the members at BGO may prefer. These mocks are designed to try and get into the minds of the Redskins brain trust and see what they will do.

    Without any further delays, let’s take a look at the latest mock of 2018.

    Team Needs:
    Running Back
    Wide Receiver
    Tight End (?)
    Left Guard
    Defensive Tackle
    Inside Linebacker (?)
    Strike or Free Safety (?)

    Round One: Trade
    The Redskins move down to the latter part of round one and gain second, fourth, and seventh round selections.

    Round One: Derrius Guice, RB, Louisiana St.
    Taking a running back in round one hasn’t been the norm for the Redskins in a long time. Then again, the rushing attack has been anemic for too many years.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Leighton Vander Esch, OLB, Boise St.
    Minkah Fitzpatrick, CB/SS/FS, Alabama
    Da’Ron Payne, DT/DE, Alabama
    Roquan Smith, ILB, Georgia
    Derwin James, FS, Florida St.
    Vita Vea, DT, Washington
    Harold Landry, OLB, Boston College

    Round Two: Will Hernandez, G, Texas-El Paso
    The 2018 class for guards is deep and plentiful. Hernandez is huge, strong, powerful, and moves defensive linemen with relative ease.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Connor Williams, OT/OG, Texas
    Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama
    Ronald Jones, RB, Southern California
    Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego St.
    Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia
    Harrison Phillips, DE/DT, Stanford
    Darius Leonard, ILB, South Carolina St.
    James Washington, WR, Oklahoma St.
    Sony Michel, RB, Georgia
    Isaiah Wynn, OG, Georgia

    Round Two: Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa
    The Redskins add a solid corner and Jackson could step into a starting role opposite Josh Norman immediately. Good ballhawking techniques and solid in run support.

    Round Four: Nathan Shepherd, DT, Fort Hays St.
    Matt Ioannidis turned out to be a huge steal in the fifth round two years ago. Shepherd will turn out to be a huge steal in the fourth round this year.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Dante Pettis, WR, Washington
    Wyatt Teller, OG, Virginia Tech
    Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford
    Braden Smith, OG, Auburn
    B.J. Hill, DT, North Carolina St.
    Kyzir White, SS, West Virginia
    Josey Jewell, ILB, Iowa
    Korey Robertson, WR, Southern Mississippi
    Dalton Schultz, TE, Stanford

    Round Four: Uchenna Nwosu, OLB, Southern California
    An ultra-versatile edge who knocks down passes often. Can drop back in coverage. Candidate for the hybrid role at strike safety in various packages.

    Round Five: Micah Kiser, ILB, Virginia
    The Redskins venture down the road and find a good inside linebacker who can also play special teams.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin
    Sean Welsh, G/C, Iowa
    Da’Shawn Hand, DT, Alabama
    Siran Neal, SS/FS/CB, Jacksonville St.
    Allen Lazard, WR, Iowa St.
    Fred Warner, OLB, Brigham Young
    Equanimeous St. Brown, WR, Notre Dame

    Round Five: Folorunso Fatukasi, DT/DE, Connecticut
    A late round prospect who was a defensive tackle for the Huskies, but could also see time at end on the next level.

    Round Six: Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado St.
    Gallup was once a highly rated prospect and had a decent college career. Alex Smith would make him better.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Brad Bozeman, C, Alabama
    Oren Burks, ILB, Vanderbilt
    Dorian O’Daniel, ILB, Clemson
    Adonis Alexander, CB, Virginia Tech
    Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado St.
    Quin Blanding, SS, Virginia
    Bo Scarbrough, RB, Alabama

    Round Seven: Darren Carrington, WR, Utah
    Carrington has the talent to go higher in the draft, but comes with a couple of off the field issues. He was a model citizen since and could be a risk-high reward player.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Brendan Mahon, G/OT, Penn St.
    Greg Stroman, CB, Virginia Tech
    Arden Key, OLB, Louisiana St.
    Brandon Facyson, CB, Virginia Tech
    Teo Redding, WR, Bowling Green

    Round Seven: Troy Apke, FS, Penn St.
    Speed, speed, and more speed. Should be an excellent special teams player. Can come in on passing downs and provide solid coverage.

    Round Seven: Taylor Hearn, OG, Clemson
    An underrated guard for the Tigers. Hearn will need a year to learn the nuances of being an NFL interior lineman, but could crack the starting lineup in a couple of years. Provides quality depth.

    Undrafted Free Agent Prospects:
    Andrew Trumbetti, OLB, Notre Dame
    Cole Reyes, SS, North Dakota
    Jester Weah, WR, Pittsburgh
    Jake Wieneke, WR, South Dakota St.
    Evan Berry, KR/FS, Tennessee
    Jordan Thomas, CB, Oklahoma
    Coleman Shelton, OG/C, Washington
    Donovan Wilson, CB, Texas A&M
    Reggie Carter, ILB, Georgia
    Eddy Peneiro, K, Florida
    Drew Bailey, DE/DT, Louisville
    Cody O’Connell, OG, Washington St.
    Walter Brady, OLB, Middle Tennessee St.
    Jeb Blazevich, TE, Georgia
    Bruce Hector, DE/DT, South Florida

    There is the latest mock of the 2018 off-season. We will have another mock on Friday and a prospects list update tomorrow. The draft will be here before you know it, but we have many mocks coming in the days ahead. See you as we go along.

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    Unless you are going to get an Elliott or Peterson type back, I don't see value in using a #1 selection at the position.

    Look at recent Super Bowl champions and you see guys picked up as free agents, mid-round picks, etc.

    The Giants defense was so good in the 2006-2013 period and beat NE twice in the Super Bowl because they almost invariably took a defensive lineman somewhere from #1 -#3 each year. They constantly had talent coming in and allowed them to have solid but unspectacular corners you could win with.

    I would rate two-way DL just below QB and LOT in terms of what I would be looking to get early in the draft as a blue chip to build around.

    And if there is a skill player other than QB available that rates on the board similarly to the others I look at free safety, outside rush linebacker, and OL.

    There are so many bust outs at WR in Round 1 I would be very wary about taking this position.

    As with RB, I think you can find TE starting in Round 2.
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    Today we take a look at the college prospects list. The Senior Bowl, East-West Shrine, And NFL Combine seem like they happened ages ago and the team pro days are in the history books. Many prospects will meet with the Redskins this off-season and we will try to cover it all for you. BBQ is now separating this feature from the mocks this off-season. Each year the list becomes too long to be included with ongoing mocks.

    We will continue to report on private visits, team (Redskins) visits, interviews, and private workouts. BBQ will cover it all and post all relevant information here. If you come across any information, please post it here.

    Prospects Contacted, Interviewed, Visited:
    East-West Shrine game - EW
    Senior Bowl - SB
    Combine – NFLC
    Team Pro Day – TPD
    Team Visit – TV
    Private Workout – PW

    Matthew Thomas, LB, Florida St. – EW
    Connor Hilland, OG, William & Mary – EW
    Kentavius Street, DT, N.C. State – EW
    Jordan Martin, CB/FS, Syracuse – EW
    Bryce Bobo, WR, Colorado – EW
    Malik Reaves, CB, Villanova – EW
    Folorunso Fatukasi, DE, Connecticut – EW
    Ito Smith, RB, Southern Mississippi – SB
    Quin Blanding, SS/FS, Virginia – SB, TV
    Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego St. – SB
    Mason Rudolph, QB, Oklahoma St. – SB
    Kalen Ballage, RB, Arizona St. – SB
    Cedrick Wilson, WR, Boise St. – SB
    Akrum Wadley, RB, Iowa – SB, NFLC
    Tyler Conklin, TE, Central Michigan – SB
    Kameron Kelly, CB, San Diego St. – SB
    Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn St. – SB
    Tyrell Crosby, OT, Oregon – SB
    Cole Madison, OG, Washington St. – SB, TV
    Mike White, QB, Western Kentucky – SB
    Nyheim Hines, RB, N.C. State – NFLC
    D.J. Moore, WR, Maryland – NFLC
    Riley Ferguson, QB, Memphis – NFLC
    Ronald Jones, RB, Southern California – NFLC, TPD
    Billy Price, C/OG, Ohio St. – NFLC, TV
    Jamarco Jones, OT, Ohio St. – NFLC
    Rick Leonard, OT, Florida St. – NFLC
    Baker Mayfield, QB, Oklahoma – NFLC
    Tony Brown, CB, Alabama – TPD
    Chase Litton, QB, Marshall – TPD (Informal)
    Kyle Lauletta, QB, Richmond – TPD
    Terrell Bonds, CB, Tennessee St. – TPD, TV
    Darius Jackson, OLB/DE, Jacksonville St. – TPD
    Dorian O’Daniel, ILB, Clemson – TPD
    Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa – PW, TV
    Devante Downs, ILB, California – TPD
    Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan – PW
    Derrius Guice, RB, Louisiana St. – TPD, TV, PW
    Vita Vea, DT, Washington – TPD, TV
    Mike Love, DE/OLB, South Florida – TPD, TV
    Nick Keizer, TE, Grand Valley St. – TPD
    Robert Torgerson, DT, Southern Utah – TPD
    Deon Yelder, TE, Western Kentucky – TPD, TV
    Josh Sweat, OLB, Florida St. – TV
    Da’Ron Payne, DE/DT, Alabama – TV
    Leighton Vander Esch, ILB, Boise State – TV
    Derrick Hayward, TE, Maryland – TV
    Rashard Fant, CB, Indiana – TPD, PW
    Braden Smith, G, Auburn – TV
    Desmond Harrison, OT, West Georgia – TV
    Arden Key, OLB, Louisiana St. – TV
    Jordan Mailata, OT, Rugby Player – PD, TV

    Team Pro Days Attended:
    Air Force, Alabama, Alabama (2nd Pro Day), Appalachian St., Arizona, Arizona St., Arkansas, Army, Auburn, Azusa Pacific, Baylor, Boise St., Boston College, Brigham Young, California, Central Florida, Central Michigan, Calgary (Canada), Cincinnati, Clemson, Colgate (Held at Columbia University), Colorado, Colorado St., Columbia, Connecticut, Delaware, Duke, East Carolina, Eastern Illinois (Held at Northwestern) Florida, Florida Atlantic, Florida St., Fordham (Held at Columbia University), Fort Hayes St., Georgia, Georgia St., Georgia Tech, Grand Valley St., Hawaii (Held at Azusa Pacific University near Los Angeles), Houston, Howard, Illinois, Iowa, Iowa St., Jacksonville St., James Madison, Kansas, Kansas St., Kentucky, Louisiana St., Louisville, Marshall, Maryland, Memphis, Miami (FL), Miami (OH), Michigan, Michigan St., Middle Tennessee St., Minnesota, Mississippi, Mississippi St., Missouri, Nebraska, Nevada-Las Vegas, North Carolina, North Carolina-Charlotte, North Carolina St., Navy, Northern Iowa, Northwestern, Notre Dame, Ohio, Ohio St., Oklahoma, Oklahoma St., Old Dominion, Oregon, Oregon St., Pennsylvania, Penn State, Pittsburgh, Purdue, Richmond, Sam Houston St., San Diego St., San Jose St., South Carolina, South Carolina St., South Dakota St., South Florida, Southern California, Southern California (2nd Pro Day), Southern Methodist, Southern Mississippi, Southern Utah, Stanford, Syracuse, Temple, Tennessee, Tennessee St., Texas, Texas A&M, Texas A&M-Commerce, Texas Christian, Texas-San Antonio, Texas Tech, Toledo, Troy, Tulane, Tulsa, UCLA, Utah, Utah St., Vanderbilt, Villanova, Virginia, Virginia Military Inst. (Held at James Madison). Virginia Tech, Virginia St., Wagner, Wake Forest, Washington, Washington St., West Georgia, West Virginia, Western Illinois (Held at Northwestern), Western Kentucky, William and Mary, Wisconsin, Wyoming, Yale (Held at Columbia University).

    The Redskins also attended the pro day in Tampa, FL of Jordan Mailata, a 6-8 345 pound Samoan rugby player who hopes to make it in the NFL as an offensive tackle.

    These lists will continue to grow. Keep checking back regularly for updates.

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    FYI...

    There will be huge changes to the mock tomorrow. Studying videos, reading scouting reports, and watching player interviews intensely over the last two weeks has changed some of my thinking. New players will be in the mock tomorrow - both as new draft picks (not too many) and many new possible targets.
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    did a quick simulation, made one trade in the 2nd with the Ravens to get a 3rd from them.
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    Burner’s Burning Questions: Free Agency, Mock Drafts, Camps, Roster Predictions, 2018


    Greetings from BBQ to everyone in BGO land and guests from social media – we hope you become a member here.

    Today we bring you our latest mock of the 2018 off-season and there are numerous changes. The Redskins are evaluating more prospects each day and the draft is just under two weeks away. BBQ continues to cover the 2018 off-season now with multiple updates each week. Next week we will go to four mocks (Monday, Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday). The week of the draft will bring a mock each day.

    The format for the mocks this off-season will feature shorter descriptions this year for each player. Time constraints from the fall and early winter have forced us to cram a lot of research into a smaller period of time.

    Feel free to offer your own ideas about the draft, free agency, team cuts, team additions, and anything else related to these subjects. Too, we’d like to see your mocks if you are so inclined.

    An extra note: These mocks may not necessarily be what BBQ wants or what the members at BGO may prefer. These mocks are designed to try and get into the minds of the Redskins brain trust and see what they will do.

    Without any further delays, let’s take a look at the latest mock of 2018.

    Team Needs:
    Running Back
    Wide Receiver
    Tight End (?)
    Left Guard
    Defensive Tackle
    Inside Linebacker (?)
    Strike or Free Safety (?)

    Round One: Da’Ron Payne, DT/DE, Alabama
    Payne is the space-eating defensive tackle that Jim Tomsula has been coveting since his arrival at Redskins Park, but the Crimson Tide prospect can play all along the line.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Leighton Vander Esch, OLB, Boise St.
    Minkah Fitzpatrick, CB/SS/FS, Alabama
    Derrius Guice, RB, Louisiana St.
    Roquan Smith, ILB, Georgia
    Derwin James, FS, Florida St.
    Vita Vea, DT, Washington
    Harold Landry, OLB, Boston College

    Round Two: Ronald Jones, RB, Southern California
    The Redskins can’t continue to rely on mid-round prospects at running back and this is the year when the Redskins make a firm commitment to the running back corps.
    Other Possible Targets (Including Third Round Choices if Acquired):
    Rashaan Evans, ILB, Alabama
    Will Hernandez, G, Texas-El Paso
    Rashaad Penny, RB, San Diego St.
    Nick Chubb, RB, Georgia
    Josh Jackson, CB, Iowa
    Josh Sweat, OLB, Florida St.
    Marcus Davenport, OLB, Texas-San Antonio
    Sony Michel, RB, Georgia
    Harrison Phillips, DE/DT, Stanford (3rd)
    Dallas Goedert, TE, South Dakota St. (3rd)
    Chukwuma Okorafor, OT, Western Michigan (3rd)
    Mike Gesicki, TE, Penn St. (3rd)
    Malik Jefferson, ILB, Texas (3rd)
    Duke Ejiofor, DE/OLB, Wake Forest (3rd)
    Lorenzo Carter, OLB, Georgia (3rd)
    Andrew Brown, DE, Virginia (3rd)

    Round Four: Frank Ragnow, OC/OG, Arkansas
    Ragnow likely would be slotted at center, but he could be a left guard as well. Solid in rush and pass blocking. Mean, nasty streak.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Dante Pettis, WR, Washington
    Scott Quessenberry, C, UCLA
    Nathan Shepherd, DT, Fort Hays St.
    Wyatt Teller, OG, Virginia Tech
    D.J. Chark, WR, Louisiana St.
    Quenton Meeks, CB, Stanford
    Braden Smith, OG, Auburn
    Uchenna Nwosu, OLB, Southern California
    B.J. Hill, DT, North Carolina St.
    Kyzir White, SS, West Virginia
    Desmond Harrison, OT, West Georgia

    Round Five: Siran Neal, SS/FS/CB, Jacksonville St.
    A versatile defensive back who could likely step in at the corner slot position immediately.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Da’Shawn Hand, DT, Alabama
    Folorunso Fatukasi, DT/DE, Connecticut
    Korey Robertson, WR, Southern Mississippi
    Daurice Fountain, WR, Northern Iowa
    Fred Warner, OLB, Brigham Young
    R.J. McIntosh, DE/DT, Miami

    Round Five: Tim Settle, DT, Virginia Tech
    Jim Tomsula wants a big and powerful body in the middle of his defensive line and gets his wish.

    Round Six: Cole Madison, OG, Washington St.
    The Redskins add depth to the line. Madison will need time to adjust to the NFL, but could be a starter in a year or two.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Oren Burks, ILB, Vanderbilt
    Michael Gallup, WR, Colorado St.
    Sean Welsh, G/C, Iowa
    David Wells, TE, San Diego St.
    Micah Kiser, ILB, Virginia
    Akrum Wadley, RB, Iowa
    Troy Fumagalli, TE, Wisconsin
    Bo Scarbrough, RB, Alabama

    Round Seven: Auden Tate, WR, Florida St.
    Not the fastest receiver out there, but Tate tends to catch what is thrown to him. Good possession receiver. Good red zone target.
    Other Possible Targets:
    Deon Yelder, TE, Western Kentucky
    Greg Stroman, CB, Virginia Tech
    Taylor Hearn, OG, Clemson
    Tre Flowers, S, Oklahoma State
    Darren Carrington, WR, Utah
    Kentavius Street, DL, NC State
    Arden Key, OLB, Louisiana St.
    Brad Bozeman, C, Alabama
    Quin Blanding, SS, Virginia

    Round Seven: Troy Apke, FS, Penn St.
    Speed, speed, and more speed. Should be an excellent special teams player. Can come in on passing downs and provide solid coverage.

    Undrafted Free Agent Prospects:
    Andrew Trumbetti, OLB, Notre Dame
    Jester Weah, WR, Pittsburgh
    Jake Wieneke, WR, South Dakota St.
    Evan Berry, KR/FS, Tennessee
    Austin Golson, C, Auburn
    Brandon Facyson, CB, Virginia Tech
    Lowell Lotulelei, DT, Utah
    Jordan Thomas, CB, Oklahoma
    Teo Redding, WR, Bowling Green
    Mike Love, DE/OLB, South Florida
    Dorian O’Daniel, ILB, Clemson
    Coleman Shelton, OG/C, Washington
    Rashard Fant, CB, Indiana
    Ito Smith, RB, Southern Mississippi
    Nick Keizer, TE, Grand Valley St.
    Quadree Henderson, WR, Pittsburgh
    Eddy Peneiro, K, Florida
    K.C. McDermott, G/OT, Miami
    Drew Bailey, DE/DT, Louisville
    Chase Litton, QB, Marshall
    Robert Torgerson, DE, Southern Utah
    Cody O’Connell, OG, Washington St.
    Jeb Blazevich, TE, Georgia

    There is the latest mock of the 2018 off-season. Next week we will have four mocks, a free agency update, and a new prospects list. The draft will be here before you know it, but we have many mocks coming in the days ahead. See you as we go along.

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    Dez Bryant to DC?

    He’s now a free agent that won’t count in the comp pick formula for 2019.

    Bruce loves him some ex-Cowboys in Jason Hatcher and Orlando Scandrick.

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    Dez Bryant to DC?

    He’s now a free agent that won’t count in the comp pick formula for 2019.

    Bruce loves him some ex-Cowboys in Jason Hatcher and Orlando Scandrick.

    Just sayin’
    I don't think Bruce or Dan is this desperate and it is highly unlikely that it happens. Hankins is still on the radar and that is a much more pressing need.
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