It's draft time, and the possibilities are almost endless for the Washington Redskins.
Washington has no first-round pick, meaning it can focus its attention on building depth and a good foundation throughout the later rounds of the draft. For a reigning division champion, that's all you can really ask for: solidifying what is already good and refusing to tamper with things that aren't broken.
For the Redskins, this means taking advantage of the defensive talent that will be available in the middle to late rounds and finding quality backups who can contribute in spots once the season begins. Unlike previous seasons, the Redskins have fewer holes to fill—so the draft strategy should be clear.
It's nearly impossible to predict exactly how a seven-round draft will pan out, but here are some good projections based on the Redskins' positions of need. From safety to wide receiver, these are the players Redskins fans could rally around as the years go on.