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LSU's Leonard Fournette is arguably the best running back prospect to enter the NFL Draft in years, and one recent mock draft has him landing in Washington with the Redskins.
Capable of playing across the defensive line, Michigan State's Malik McDowell is being linked to the Redskins in Dane Brugler's most recent mock draft on CBSSports.com.
One of the more experienced players available in the 2017 NFL Draft, Walter Cherepinsky has the Redskins taking Michigan defensive end Chris Wormley in his most recent mock draft.
As Redskins.com continues to look at various mock drafts, Charlie Campbell of WalterFootball.com has the Redskins taking Michigan linebacker/safety Jabrill Peppers at No. 17.
As the Redskins look to bulk up the defensive unit in the offseason, SB Nation's Dan Kadar has Washington selecting Alabama linebacker Reuben Foster in his latest mock draft.
In his first mock draft for the 2017 NFL Draft, ESPN's Todd McShay has the Redskins taking USC wide receiver Juju Smith-Schuster in the first round.
In her first mock draft of the year, MMQB.com's Emily Kaplan pegs the Redskins in with taking explosive Washington wide receiver John Ross with the No. 17-overall pick.
Considered one of the top prospects in the 2017 NFL Draft, SI.com's Chris Burke thinks the Redskins could take Stanford defensive linemen Solomon Thomas with the 17th-overall pick.
As the Washington Redskins begin their preparations for the 2017 season, the team holds the No. 17-overall pick in this year's NFL Draft. The team's other selection spots will be determined at a later date.
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