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Although it's highly unlikely that Oklahoma State wide receiver Justin Blackmon slips to No. 6, it obviously can't be ruled out.
Easily earning the top grade for his position in this draft, Blackmon has been compared to guys like Dez Bryant and Terrell Owens. With an impressive combination of size, hands and physicality, Blackmon looks like a solid NFL prospect.
The St. Louis Rams could easily add Blackmon with the No. 2 pick in order to give Sam Bradford the weapons that he needs, but perhaps the front office thinks back to David Carr and decides to address the offensive line instead. Enter, Matt Kalil.
Next up at No. 3 would be the Minnesota Vikings, who could also use Blackmon to help their young quarterback. In order for this to work for the Redskins, Minnesota would have to consider their secondary more of a valuable position at this point and select Morris Claiborne.
The Browns then sit at No. 4 with a decision to make between Robert Griffin III and Alabama running back Trent Richardson. Although the team has needs at both positions, Cleveland takes into account the value of the pick and selects their potential franchise quarterback.
Sitting at No. 5, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have numerous options. Although they may have had Claiborne on their mind, they could very easily address the other side of the ball and take a complete running back in Richardson. I know current starter LeGarrette Blount has impressed, but he's not a three-down back.
Finally, the Redskins await at No. 6 and Blackmon's name is literally blinking on Washington's big board.
"With the sixth pick in the 2012 NFL draft, the Washington Redskins select...Justin Blackmon."