Washington Redskins NFL 2015 Draft Picks: Tray Waynes or Kevin Johnson?

The Washington Redskins are optimistic that RG3 is capable of playing his best this season. While the Redskins look for a breakthrough in Griffin’s career, they have to pick the right players to elevate the level of the team.

New general manager Scot McCloughan has to take everything into considerations to find the players that fit the team’s system. Washington owns the No. 5 NFL draft on Thursday. Absolutely, the Redskins have the player/s on sight for Round 1.

What is the primary need of the Redskins? Let’s look at the the picks of the Redskins in terms of order:

Round 1, pick 5
Round 2, pick 38
Round 3, pick 69
Round 4, pick 105
Round 5, pick 141
Round 6, pick 182
Round 7, pick 222

What the Redskins need in positions probably are cornerback and safety to improve their defense. Offense may not be the problem, except for another injury to be incurred by RG3.

Upgrading the defense will surely bring the Redskins into better chances of winning games. Assuming that the offense works, the Redskins will shine and be better than 4-12.

On the CBSSports NFL Draft Prospects rankings, Trae Waynes of the Michigan State ranked no. 1 while Kevin Johnson of Wake Forest ranked second. Byron Jones of Connecticut and Marcus Peters are the possible options of the Washington Redskins in the 2015 NFL Draft.

When it comes to strong safety, Landon Collins of Alabama and Jaquiski Tartt of Samford are topping the class. James Sample of Louisville is also a possible option for the Redskins.

There’s not a single doubt that the Redskins would pick the best in terms of their needs. Certainl, there might be surprises ahead like trades.

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