This would require a wait-and-see approach, but if the Redskins were looking to address a huge need on their roster in the middle rounds, this draft class offers starting potential at the safety position.
Currently suited with two aging veterans in the back half of the defense, the Redskins can afford to add a couple of safeties, regardless of style.
If they're looking for a guy to play closer to the line of scrimmage, Wisconsin's Dezmen Southward, LSU's Craig Loston and Baylor's Ahmad Dixon are all guys to keep tabs on in the middle rounds.
If they're looking to improve pass coverage by way of free safety, there's a decent list of guys who will hopefully still be around in the third to fifth round range, including Florida State's Terrence Brooks, Stanford's Ed Reynolds, USC's Dion Bailey, Vanderbilt's Kenny Ladler and North Carolina's Tre Boston.
Again, there's no telling how these guys pan out over the long haul, but this safety class doesn't lack potential.