Here are some of the players the experts believe will head to Washington after Day 3.
Bucky Brooks: Walt Aikens, CB, Liberty
Few Redskins fans could complain if NFL.com Media analyst Bucky Brooks' prediction of Walt Aikens heading to Washington in Round 4 comes true. The former Liberty standout would add some size to the secondary on the outside.
At 6'1" and 205 pounds, Aikens is a natural to play press techniques. He would add excellent depth and also function as a useful supplemental corner in multiple defensive back packages.
Walter Cherepinsky: Josh Mauro, DL, Stanford
WalterFootball.com writer Walter Cherepinsky believes Washington will look for depth behind 31-year-old defensive tackle Jason Hatcher in Round 4. Cherepinsky sends former Stanford man Josh Mauro to D.C.
Mauro can flip-flop between end and tackle. He also boasts ample experience playing in a hybrid 3-4.
Matt Miller: Ed Stinson, DE, Alabama
Bleacher Report draft pundit Matt Miller sends another versatile D-lineman to Washington in Round 5 in the form of Ed Stinson. This is an intriguing pick, considering Stinson's broad range of skills.
He is not a typical run stuffer or a dominant pass-rusher. But Stinson uses his size well and plays with intelligence.
Having featured in Alabama's multiple-front schemes, Stinson has been coached to operate at multiple techniques. He can attack from the outside and also be shifted to the interior.
He is a classic 'tweener, as CBS Sports scribe Rob Rang describes: "Looks like a DE but plays like a DT." While that can put some teams off, it needn't deter the Redskins.
The team's defensive schemes should be more creative this term, especially after drafting Murphy and signing Hatcher. Stinson would add even more flexibility to the front.
Charlie Campbell: Ben Gardner, DE, Stanford
WalterFootball.com writer Charlie Campbell chooses another Stanford defensive end for the Redskins in Round 5. This time it's Ben Gardner, another player tough to define positionally.
Standing 6'4" and weighing 262 pounds, Gardner seems a better fit at outside linebacker than he does for the defensive line. He is certainly smaller than a team would want for a 2-gap end.
Matt Miller: Vinnie Sunseri, S, Alabama
The theme of stockpiling players from the same college continues as Bleacher Report draft scribe Matt Miller sends another former Alabama defender to Washington. This time it's strong safety Vinnie Sunseri in Round 7.
Sunseri made a lightning-fast recovery from a torn ACL this year. He is certainly an active thumper in the secondary, but there are more skilled and rounded safeties Washington can target before the final round.