The 2012 NFL Draft came to a close Saturday evening, and by the time three days and seven rounds of selections were comeplete, the Washington Redskins had selected nine players, most notably of course choosing Robert Griffin III with the No. 2 pick in the draft.
ESPN's Todd McShay broke down the draft, choosing one "impact player" from each draft class, and rather than choose the obvious in RGIII, McShay focused on the Redskins' 119th overall selection in the fourth round, linebacker Keenan Robinson:
Impact pick: OLB Keenan Robinson -- Outside of Robert Griffin III, the Redskins likely don't expect to get a lot of contributions from their 2012 class. However, Robinson could provide a little something as a nickel linebacker with freakish athleticism, a player who can cover a lot of ground on defense and contribute on kick coverage.
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