De'Anthony Thomas, WR, Oregon
If teams begin to fall for De'Anthony Thomas the way I have over the past couple months, then it's highly unlikely the Oregon running back is hanging around in the sixth round.
But then again, we've seen wilder things happen.
You'll notice I have Thomas listed as a wideout rather than a running back, and that's because a team will get the very most out of him from the slot receiver position. He has top-notch acceleration and speed, underrated hands and the ability to score every time he touches the ball. But running a small-frame track star between the tackles will only limit how long he lasts in the NFL.
Instead, adding Thomas to an arsenal with Pierre Garcon, Jordan Reed and perhaps Donte Moncrief would help to increase the offense's explosiveness and playmaking ability.
Not to mention, the Redskins' special teams were beyond pitiful last season, and Thomas offers help as both a kick and punt returner.
You can check out some of my personal notes on Thomas, here.