The NFL draft represents one of the biggest influxes of personnel to an organization. New starters and a handful of franchise players are selected every April and begin working to change the fortunes of their respective organizations.
Each team heads into the offseason with a set of needs. Prior to the NFL draft, free agency allows teams to address some of their needs with veteran and sometimes premium players.
This offseason, the Washington Redskins have attempted to shore up their offensive line while coping with restricted cap resources. While signing players like right tackle Jeremy Trueblood and Tony Pashos, the Redskins have also had to cope with losing valuable players like DeAngelo Hall and Lorenzo Alexander.
The Redskins' free-agency moves have not changed their list of needs to this point. The secondary and offensive line remain top priorities, but more moves are likely in the works. Here, we mock the full NFL draft for the Redskins considering the recent moves in free agency.