Malliciah Goodman's paws often alter the flight of the ball. (orangeandwhite.com)
If the Washington Redskins wish to add another defensive end, they could find a gem in Missouri's Brad Madison, UCLA's Datone Jones or Clemson's Malliciah Goodman.
Madison is a senior edge rusher who showed toughness in 2011, when he played hurt with a shoulder injury.
Jones has played both end and tackle and is described by UCLA's website as "a disruptive force in opposing backfields."
And finally, there's Malliciah Goodman, who best known for his massive hands. According to clemsontigers.com, "Goodman's hands measure 11.5 inches from fingertip to fingertip, a figure that will would have been among the best at the NFL Combine."
Goodman also has stamina. As a junior in 2011, he set a school record for snaps by a defensive lineman with 767.
It's always fun to look ahead at the offseason, especially when there are holes to fill. But Washington will be patient for now, after securing its fifth consecutive victory last Sunday.
The Redskins 38-21 win over the Cleveland Browns has them knocking on the doors of the postseason. In other words, the draft can wait.
Joe Versage is an NFL Featured Columnist for Bleacher Report. He previously covered the Buffalo Bills, Washington Redskins and Baltimore Ravens as a television beat reporter. Follow him on Twitter at: @JoeVersage
Unless otherwise noted, all profiles are courtesy of the NCAA or Wikipedia.com. Additional information was obtained from Redskins.com, CBSSports.com and NFL Draft sites such as NFLDraftWizard.com, WalterFootball.com, FootballsFuture.com.