The Redskins have a bunch of holes on the offensive side of the ball that need to be filled, and their two picks in the second round are a pretty good opportunity to do that. ESPN's Todd McShay just released his second round NFL Mock Draft, and he has the Redskins adding a couple skill position players, and a local talent for good measure.
With the 41st overall pick, he has the Redskins taking Colin Kaepernick, which is the developmental quarterback prospect the team needs. I think I'm higher than Kaepernick than most, but I really like his potential. If the Redskins are serious about adding a potential starting quarterback and Kaepernick is still on the board, this is a good shot to do so.
With their next second round pick, McShay has the Redskins taking Virginia Tech running back Ryan Williams at 49th overall. Williams is a pretty good prospect and could help ease the blow of losing the production of Clinton Portis.
If the Redskins decide that they want to add two offensive players that aren't lineman, these are two pretty good options for them.
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