Heading into the 2013 season, the Washington Redskins are in pretty good shape.
They were able to retain some of their most important pieces in free agency, and they also greatly aided their secondary through the draft.
Their most important player, Robert Griffin III, appears to be making good progress after undergoing major knee surgery just under five months ago. He has progressed at an extremely quick rate, but the Redskins must still proceed with caution.
The offensive line is still mediocre—while it didn’t get worse, it didn’t get a whole lot better either. Meanwhile, the receiver position is one of the most competitive preseason battles right now, as there are a lot of youngsters pushing the veterans for their respective roster spots.
Now that Washington has just about wrapped up OTAs, there are a handful of players whose stock is on the rise. Whether they are coming off of an injury, or simply if they are an unproven player, there is an array of players working their way up the ladder.
Here are five Redskins players whose stock is on the rise after OTAs.