Now that the Indianapolis Colts have officially confirmed that they will select Andrew Luck with the top overall selection in the forthcoming NFL draft, we can begin to speculate as to who the Redskins will take at number two.
There's no mystery surrounding number two, as the Redskins didn't mortgage multiple draft picks for the chance to select a left tackle or wide receiver; this team went all in for the most coveted draft prize outside of Luck: Robert Griffin III.
And while the move to select Griffin means Washington will have to wait 67 turns before they pick again in the NFL draft (barring a trade-up scenario), the team should be commended for doing what it takes to ensure that they'll end up with a player that they desire at the most important position in all of football.
Certainly things can change between now and Thursday night, and given the unpredictability of the NFL draft, we never know precisely what to expect. Regardless, here's a look at a full seven-round projection for the Redskins as they attempt to build towards their future, starting with a new quarterback.