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Redskins 2015 Draft: HTTR4LIFE Mock Draft 1.0
- Updated: February 7, 2015
HTTR4LIFE Mock Draft 1.0
In just a few short weeks the 2015 NFL Draft will take place, and the Washington Redskins will have all of their draft picks for the first time in years. The team has needs all over the board, so don’t be surprised if they trade back to gain more picks. In the coming weeks we are going to feature a few mock drafts here at HTTR4LIFE, we’ll be using the Premium version of Fanspeak’s On The Clock Draft Simulator to aid in the process.
This week we’re going to take any trades that are offered along the way.
As we started the draft process we were offered the following trade offers.
One scout had this to say: “Big and powerful with a right tackle’s play strength and demeanor, but enough foot quickness to protect on the left side. Peat has the physical tools to be an upper-echelon run blocker with pass-protection ability, but he needs to improve his technique in order to protect with consistency. Peat has been well-coached and is one of the most game-ready offensive linemen in this year’s draft.”
“Cann has the square-ish frame so conducive to playing inside,” CBSSports.com analayst Rob Rang wrote. “Impressive mix of athleticism and power, with a flexible lower body and generating power through his hips, midsection and hands to latch-and-grip with excellent technique. He bursts out of his stance and quickly gets into position, showing instinctive eyes to know what’s happening around him while extending his reach to keep space between himself and his target.”
Three-year starter on a line full of wide-bodies, Jackson entered the 2014 season as one of the top-rated guard prospects, but failed to distinguish himself. Has the talent to be a dependable, quality NFL starter, but he needs to work on weight and conditioning in order to improve his feet and reach his potential.
McCarthy appeared in 12 games for UCLA in 2014 and he recorded 20 tackles. He had three tackles for loss and three sacks. The 6′-5″, 331-pound lineman is said to project best at the inside of the defensive line in the NFL despite having played some defensive end for the Bruins.
Glenn finished the 2014 season with seven interceptions and 18 passes defended; he was named co-Defensive Player of the Year by the American Athletic Conference. Glenn was also named to the AP All-America Team, the first UCF player to be so honored since running back Kevin Smith in 2007.
Fighter and grinder. Plays flat-footed on impact and can anchor. Secures his down blocks with purpose and tries to collapse them. Sinks hips and times his punch in pass protection. Keeps his head out of the pass protection and uses good posture. Nasty. Has the play demeanor that offensive line coaches love. Has necessary sand in his pants to stalemate against power and does a good job of getting his feet in position to wall off defenders. Very good functional strength. Can sustain power blocks.
Comes out of his breaks under control and ready to catch the ball. Opens up and is a presentable target for quarterback. Shows good concentration as a pass-catcher with plus hands. Uses body to position effectively. Averaged a touchdown every seven catches. Gives good effort and has good feet in zone blocking.