The Washington Redskins may be pigeon-holed a little bit in the upcoming NFL Draft based on their position and that there are teams with more ammunition to trade up than them. As much as they would love to move up and grab Robert Griffin III, it may take a little bit more than they have. As a result, they could just have to sit tight at No. 6, and according to Dan Kadar of Mocking The Draft, that means Iowa tackle Riley Reiff.
Despite what some may say, this is far too early to draft Ryan Tannehill if Luck and Griffin are both gone. The Redskins could be players in a trade up for Griffin or a trade down to get Tannehill. But if they don't trade out, picking Reiff makes sense. He could pair with Trent Williams and provide the Redskins with a great offensive line for whoever ends up being the quarterback.
Reiff has moved up a lot in the last few weeks without having played much football, which is always a concern. But if he measures out at the Combine and impresses during interviews then he could solidify his spot as a top-ten pick.