Setting Expectations for Each Member of the Redskins' 2013 Draft Class

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Setting Expectations for Each Member of the Redskins' 2013 Draft Class
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First of all, it’s difficult to judge or grade a draft now. Sure, some of these rookies were graded highly by Mel Kiper Jr. and other analysts, but how can we accurately assess a draft with each rookie having yet to play a single down in the NFL?

What we can look at now is their potential and where they fit in the Redskins' scheme. Where will David Amerson be playing this year? Is he on the outside as a corner? Is he playing the slot? Could he play free safety?

Additionally, Jordan Reed is the most intriguing prospect of the seven selections. Will the Redskins enter the 2013 season with four tight ends? Does this put Niles Paul’s job in jeopardy?

In fact, there’s a lot of questions that need to answered, and the frustrating part is that we can’t sufficiently answer them until the end of next year. However, we can put forth expectations.

That is what you will find below.

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