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Bryan’s Final Mock Draft

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With player visits, privates workouts done and the draft almost upon us. Here is my final mock draft for the Washington Commanders.

Round 1: Pick #11

WR Garrett Wilson / Ohio State

Wilson is an elite separator at all three levels of the field. With his blazing speed and refined route running he is able to uncover against any coverage. Wilson’s ability to contort his body and make off-platform catches will make him a popular target at the NFL level.

Round 2: Pick #47

LB Leo Chenal / Wisconsin

Chenal is every bit the imposing figure when you think of what Linebacker should be. At 6’3”, 250lbs with a 40.5” vertical, 4.53 in the forty yard dash. Chenal is an explosive player. He brings a tremendous amount of power to the POA and can toss aside blockers while stopping the ball carrier for a loss. Chenal is also an excellent blitzer and does so with bad intensions.

Round 4: Pick #113

RB Pierre Strong Jr. / South Dakota St.

Strong possesses a rare combination of vision and patience which allows him to navigate defenders on his way to picking up big gains on the ground. He has great ball security and the ability to catch as well. His between the tackles running along with his burst will push the Commander’s run game to the next level.

Round 6: Pick #189

Edge Amare Barno / Virginia Tech

Barno is an athletically gifted pass rusher but needs a lot of refinement on his rush plan/counter moves. He has an explosive first step off the snap that can eat up ground on the offensive tackle. With that ability he can be a situational pass rusher day one. At 6’5”, 246lbs, 4.36 forty yard dash; he will need to get stronger in the run game.

Round 7: Pick #230

CB Josh Blackwell / Duke

At 6’0”, 175lbs, 4.33 forty yard dash; Blackwell has the requisite size to make an NFL roster. Blackwell is really good in zone coverage which is a staple of the Commander’s defense. He will need to get more consistent as a tackler. Will be a solid special teams player.

Round 7: Pick #240

OG Andrew Stuber / Michigan

Stuber is a mountain of a man at 6’7”, 338lbs. He is a great drive blocker who showcases an abundance power in the run game. While at the University of Michigan Stuber played OT & OG giving him position flex which is a favorite trait here in Washington. He will need to get better at moving his feet laterally when facing speed rushers. Stuber will provide great competition and depth along the offensive line.

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