By Harry Allison
Grading the rest of the NFC East:
Washington Redskins: A-
Top needs: DL, S, RB, ILB
Josh Doctson is the top wide receiver in the draft, and the Redskins got him at No. 22. An absolute steal. Su’a Cravens is a versatile player perfect for sub-packages, and he not only attacks the line of scrimmage — check the TFL totals — he’ll pick off passes if you test him. Kendall Fuller is a question mark because of his knee, but if he’s 100 percent that’s an extremely good value in Round 3. Nate Sudfeld is a good developmental quarterback if you can get his mechanics in order, and Keith Marshall could be a steal out of Round 7. Temple’s Matt Ioannidis (above) has a chance to help them on the defensive line, and he has a little Dan Klecko in him. I love how physical these players are — a theme of last year’s class — and I think several of them can help an improving team get better.