The first step in restoring the Redskins following a disappointing 3-13 season has already been completed—Jay Gruden was hired as head coach to lead a new regime in Washington.
After free agency, the next step will be in early May when general manager Bruce Allen and Co. travel to Radio City Music Hall to help overhaul the Redskins roster via the draft.
While the Redskins can't fix everything with just six picks and no first-round selection, they still have a chance to find value. And if a rookie can immediately contribute, said value grows.
Check out some of the draft prospects who may pop up on the Redskins' radar and who would have a chance to start come early September.