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Check out this compilation of what various league "experts" believe the Washington Redskins will do with the No. 17-overall pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.
In his first mock draft of the year, CBSSports' Will Brinson has the Redskins selecting wide receiver Corey Davis with the No. 17-overall pick.
The league announced the 330 prospects invited to participate in this year's NFL Combine, which takes place once again in Indianapolis.
In his first mock draft after the Super Bowl, Yahoo! Sports' Eric Edholm has the Redskins taking Washington safety Budda Baker with the No. 17-overall pick.
Derek Barnett was a menace during his three seasons at Tennessee. Now, Chris Burke of Sports Illustrated has the Redskins taking him in his most recent mock draft.
In his second mock draft of the year, NFL Network's Daniel Jeremiah has the Redskins selecting offensive lineman Forrest Lamp in the first round.
Redskins.com provides a look at Daniel Jeremiah's updates to his top 50 draft prospects and sees what he has to say about those linked to the team in various mock drafts.
In his first mock draft of the year, USA Today's Nate Davis has the Redskins going on the defensive side of the football with Washington cornerback Sidney Jones.
In his most recent mock draft, USA Today's Luke Easterling has the Redskins once again looking offense in the first round of the NFL Draft with Florida State running back Dalvin Cook.
Once again, a mock draft has the Redskins taking a Michigan player, as SB Nation's Dan Kadar is pegging the Redskins to take Taco Charlton with the 17th-overall pick.
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