Found April 15, 2013 on Gridiron Grit:
With the 2013 NFL Draft just around the corner, it’s time to unveil team-by-team projections for the first three rounds before the three-day festivities kick into swing on April 25.  Here’s part seven of the series on the Washington Redskins. Photo Credit: Redskins.com Second Round (No. 51 Overall): Eric Reid, S, LSU After finishing 30th against the pass last year, the ‘Skins select the first of at least two defensive backs through the early-to-middle rounds of the draft with the No. 51 overall pick.  Eric Reid possesses the size, speed, intelligence and aggressiveness to make an instant impact at the back-end of Washington’s defense, which also finished 28th in total yards in 2012. Third Round (No. 85 Overall): Jon Bostic, LB, Florida London Fletcher continues to perform at a high level, as he racked up 139 tackles with 3.0 sacks, five interceptions and a forced fumble in his 15th NFL season in 2012.  He also amazingly hasn’t missed a single start since his third year in 2000. Neve...
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