4. Oakland Raiders: Quinnen Williams, DL, Alabama
The Raiders could use an EDGE rusher, but with Quinnen Williams on the board still, he would be the best player available. Williams is basically unblockable and can be a game-changer in the middle. Williams would also help get after the QB and help improve the league’s worst pass rush from a season ago. Skeptical about the impact a DT can have? Talk to the Rams and Aaron Donald.
*5. Washington Redskins: Dwayne Haskins, QB, Ohio State
Mock Trade: WAS receives Pick 5 and 145
TB receives Pick 10, 46, 96, and 2020 WAS Round 2
Everyone and their mother knows that the Giants need a Quarterback. Washington needs one as well and I’m sure they would gain added satisfaction in trading up and selecting the prospect that their division rival seems to covet. Haskins would be a great fit in Washington and in this situation he could move forward as ‘the guy’ for the Redskins starting Day 1.
6. New York Giants: Rashan Gary, EDGE, Michigan
Every year, teams trade up for the Top QBs. Why would this year be any different? Quarterbacks are like their own currency in the NFL, and teams that need one are always under duress. I feel that the Giants will get ‘jumped’ in the Draft and miss out on a prospect that they covet (Haskins). If the Giants don’t move up, someone else will. In this case, the Giants stay put and draft the highest player on their board.
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