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Still addressing the secondary, Shanahan and the Redskins went with Iowa defensive back Jordan Bernstine as their final draft pick.
Bernstine was a four-year contributor in the Big Ten (medical RS in 2009) that brings versatility to the Redskins back line. He does, however, come with durability issues and will likely struggle to make the roster.
Similar to my reaction regarding Richard Crawford, I feel like there was better talent left on the board when the Redskins selected Bernstine.
In my opinion, project guys like David Molk (C), Antonio Allen (S), Nate Potter (T), Alfonzo Dennard (CB), Drake Dunsmore (TE), Cam Johnson (DE), Junior Hemingway (WR) and Andrew Datko (T) would have all been more valuable picks in the last round.
Seeing as how Shanahan went with a BPA approach already in the fourth round, it's a wonder why he didn't stick to it in the seventh.