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shawnantoine Dinner is prepared and my girls are bathed. It's game time--Let's go #wizards ##washingtonredskins #dcrising I'm so home team!! 8h

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allnflcoverage The Mock Draft is half way through. #DanteFowlerJr #WashingtonRedskins #2015NFLDraft 10h

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redskinsreporter Redskins draft board: Quarterback

No. 3

Quarterback

Current depth chart: Robert Griffin III, Kirk Cousins and Colt McCoy.

Comment: There’s no position in football more important than quarterback. And right now there’s no question at Redskins Park more important than the following: Do they have one?

There are three quarterbacks on the roster as the offseason program begins, and none of them has proven he’s capable of being a bona fide No. 1.

Not yet, anyway.

Three potential draft targets:

Brett Hundley, UCLA
Possesses a sturdy, athletic, well-built 6 foot 3, 226-pound frame. Passed for an average of 3,322 yards and 25 touchdowns the past three seasons, while rushing for an average of 582. Scouts, however, question his feel for the position and note that he was sacked 125 times during those three seasons. NFL.com projects him as fourth or fifth round selection.
Garrett Grayson, Colorado State
Also projected by NFL.com as a fourth or fifth round pick, Grayson (6-2, 213 pounds) solidified his status as a legit prospect with a strong 2014 season. Completed 64.3 percent of his passes for 4,006 yards and 32 touchdowns. Possesses adequate arm talent, but impressed scouts with his toughness and poise in the pocket.

Connor Halliday, Washington State
McCloughan brought Halliday (6-3, 196 pounds) to Redskins Park for a visit. He won’t wow anyone with his arm or athleticism, but possesses traits worth developing. As a junior, he passed for 4,597 yards on an FBS-leading 714 attempts. NFL.com projects Halliday as a seventh round selection or possibly a priority free agent.
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redskinsreporter GM's history points to an edge rusher with Redskins' top pick

There are a couple of wide receiver who are top-10 talents who have good size and speed. But based on his blueprint he isn’t likely to take either Amari Cooper or Kevin White at No. 5. The Redskins are pretty well set at wide receiver with Pierre Garçon and DeSean Jackson as the top two. Although White or Cooper could help some this year and certainly could help in 2016 and beyond as Garçon and Jackson get older and their contracts become more expensive, McCloughan doesn’t like to stack positions in the first round. In other words, as Keim put it, “in the first round McCloughan likes to draft best player—at area of need.” And going by the blueprint you can forget about McCloughan rolling the dice and taking the talented but red-flag-laden Randy Gregory. The Nebraska edge rusher may be the most talented pass rusher in the draft and he has excellent speed (4.64) but a positive test for marijuana at the combine plus a few other issues make Gregory something of a gamble early in the draft. And McCloughan is adverse to taking character risks in the first round.

It should be noted that none of this is set in stone. But it’s safe to say that going by what McCloughan has done in the past is a better way to predict what he’ll do next Thursday than going by what he says. His actions in the past point towards the Redskins turning in a card with the name of Fowler or, if he’s gone, Beasley written on it. It would seem that Fowler would be McCloughan’s first choice because of his size advantage but he could be taken in the first four picks. If that happens, Beasley could well be the guy holding up a Redskins No. 1 jersey in Chicago on Thursday.
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