Mike Shanahan has made the most of his drafts since coming to the Washington Redskins in 2010, finding a franchise left tackle, running back and quarterback in those three seasons. What he must do now is make the most of a draft where he will not have a first-round pick.
Before the draft, the Redskins have to scout their prospects at the NFL Combine, and decide if each player has the skills or the potential they desire.
Though the combine is a very tricky event to judge, it offers a snapshot view of every player's strengths and weaknesses that serve to bolster or break down the expectations built during their playing careers.
Here are the prospects the Redskins should have their eyes on and what they should be looking for.