First big shocker of the draft. Michael Floyd surpassed Alshon Jeffery on most big boards a while ago, but he had a fantastic combine performance that boosted his stock.
The Redskins could consider Iowa tackle Riley Reiff, but taking a right tackle at No. 6 overall seems like a bit of a reach, positionally. They could also consider taking Texas A&M quarterback Ryan Tannehill, but I think they'll trade down for him if he's caught their eye.
The Redskins may land Peyton Manning, and if they do, they'll need to give him a better weapon than Santana Moss.
Floyd had been killer for Notre Dame all season; then he looked great in the combine drills. He also had good measureables: a solid 40 time (4.47 seconds), 10-yard split time (1.57 seconds) and great jumps (36.5" on the vertical, 10'3" on the broad).
Even with his preseason DUI, he's the No. 2 receiver on everyone's big boards now, and even though it's a bit of a reach, it's a good pick for the Redskins.