Continuing on an earlier piece from three weeks ago I will be examining the Washington Redskins 2010 draft class. 2010 was a major transition year for the Redskins as Mike Shanahan assumed control of the coaching staff, and Bruce Allen was hired as general manager.
We will be analyzing the 2010 draft class with one of the unfair and powerful tools of judgment: hindsight. The old adage, "hindsight is always 20/20" can be true at times and is often used for unproductive criticism. However, we will use this ability to give a critical overview of draft selections and the forward planning of Redskins leadership.
The first draft class for the Shanahan and Allen regime was not as star-studded as this year's, but marked an important shift in roster philosophy. As we work our way back in time, keep your eye on some of the notable names and the role they play on today's roster.