6 Late-Round Sleepers Who Would Be Perfect for Washington Redskins

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6 Late-Round Sleepers Who Would Be Perfect for Washington Redskins
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To make up for the absence of Washington's first round pick, Jon Gruden and Bruce Allen will have to hit on their late-round picks in the draft.

Minus a first-round pick for a second consecutive year, the Washington Redskins will have to scour the later rounds of the NFL draft to find the impact player they'll miss out on.

Alfred Morris, a sixth-round pick, was that impact player for Washington in 2012. In 2013, though, the Skins struck out as the likes of Bacarri Rambo and Phillip Thomas failed to leave an imprint.

As we approach the 2014 draft, what gems are there to mine in the later rounds for Washington?

Considering that an NFL-record 91 underclassmen declared for the draft, there certainly isn't a dearth of talent. So unlike in past years, Rounds 5 through 7 could possess a litany of starting-caliber prospects.

With that said, here are six late-round sleepers who are perfect for the Redskins.

 

All draft projections are courtesy of CBSSports.com.

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