The fact that the Washington Redskins don't have a first-round pick in this year's draft is irrelevant. The overall lack of elite offensive talent means teams will be reaching for any and all talent they can get, which cuts into the 'Skins need for defensive help.
Not that Washington wouldn't love to have the 22nd overall pick, but it isn't as imperative as it would have been if the class was stronger.
In the vein of picks not being important, the Redskins can look at what players best fit their system and their needs rather than biting on all the hype surrounding big names from big schools.
Here are some of the prospects that would fit perfectly with the Redskins.