The Washington Redskins enter the 2013 NFL draft minus a first-round pick due to last year's trade for Robert Griffin III. However, even without a prime selection the Redskins must draft wisely to fill major needs in the secondary.
They are short of at least one quality safety and should also be keen to improve their depth at cornerback. Other areas the Redskins may target are offensive line depth and tight end.
From the moment the Redskins make the first pick at 51 overall, this slideshow will be updated. It will include the new members of the Redskins, as well as analysis and a grade for each selection.
Until then, here are some of the players head coach Mike Shanahan and general manager Bruce Allen could target on the draft's second day.