They have seven picks in total, and will without a doubt address their glaring need of a defensive back.
Aside from defensive back, they other have less pressing, yet still very important needs on both sides of the ball. This is a year where Washington cannot afford to spend its picks on many projects or rotational players; it is imperative that the team build depth for the future with solid, talented players that could possibly play right away.
The Redskins desperately need a a guy to bookend their offensive line across from Trent Williams, and will likely look to find a guy who can fill that role with one of their earlier picks. While they did bring in a few tackles in free agency, they aren’t exacting starting-caliber players.
They will also need to find a potential replacement for veteran linebacker London Fletcher, who could very well retire after the 2013 season.
Regardless of position, there are many guys that could fill the voids that are on the Redskins roster.
This list is not about which player Washington should pick first or last, but is rather about which players have the ability and skill set to fit into its system and perform at a high level sooner than later.