The Washington Redskins used their seven draft picks over the weekend to fill needs on both sides of the ball.
Most seemed critical of head coach Mike Shanahan and the front office for what seemed to be a lack of glamour and flash.
But at the end of the three days, the Redskins came away with a nice overall haul of athleticism and play-making ability, albeit a group in need of solid coaching and polish.
The Redskins went with N.C. State cornerback David Amerson in the second round, Florida tight end Jordan Reed in the third, Fresno State safety Phillip Thomas in the fourth, Florida State running back Chris Thompson and Florida State linebacker Brandon Jenkins in the fifth, Georgia safety Bacarri Rambo in the sixth and Rutgers running back Jawan Jamison in the final round.
The following is a collective report of Redskins' draft grades from around the web, including posted analysis from experts like Mel Kiper Jr. and Mike Mayock.