ESPN's Todd McShay has come out with his final 2011 NFL Mock Draft, and he has the Redskins picking the same player as ESPN colleague Mel Kiper does. McShay's final analysis lists North Carolina defensive end Robert Quinn to the Redskins with the No. 10 pick.
Quinn did not play in 2010 but would help upgrade Washington's pass rush with his blend of size and speed.
McShay's NFL Mock Draft has the Redskins taking Quinn over other possibilities such as Patrick Peterson (11th), Anthony Castonzo (12th), Tyron Smith (13th), Mike Pouncey (15th), Cameron Jordan (17th), Da'Quan Bowers (27th), Christian Ponder (34th), Jake Locker (38th) and Ryan Mallett (39th).
McShay's mock draft also projects every single pick beyond the first round. Here is who he he the Redskins taking with their remaining picks.
- 41st: Colin Kaepernick, QB, Nevada
- 144st: Darvin Adams, WR, Auburn
- 155th: Chykie Brown, CB, Texas
- 177th: Keith Williams, OG, Nebraska
- 213th: John Graves, DT, Virginia Tech
- 224th: Chris White, LB, Mississippi State
- 253rd: Chas Henry, P, Florida
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