Redskins’ draft: Day 3 recap

The Washington Redskins were given mostly positive grades for their picks during the first two days of the NFL Draft. With their first pick on Thursday evening, the team selected their quarterback of the future, Dwayne Haskins. Later in the first round, with a surprising move, the Redskins traded up to land pass rusher Montez Sweat. On day two, the Redskins used the first of their two third round picks to select Ohio State wide receiver and former Haskins teammate, Terry McLaurin. The team traded their second third round pick to the Buffalo Bills for extra picks later in the draft.

On the final day of the draft, the Redskins added an additional seven players. Those picks can be seen below.

Round 4, pick 112 – Bryce Love, Wide Receiver, Stanford

Round 4, pick 131 – Wes Martin, Guard, Indiana

Round 5, pick 153 – Ross Pierschbacher, Center, Alabama

Round 5, pick 173 – Cole Holcolmb, Inside Linebacker, North Carolina

Round 6, pick 206 – Kelvin Harmon, Wide Receiver, North Carolina State

Round 7, pick 227 – Jimmy Moreland, Cornerback, James Madison

Round 7, pick 253 – James Brailford, Outside Linebacker, Oklahoma State

Leroy Travers

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