Three days and 10 picks later, the Washington Redskins finally have their 2019 draft class.
It’s a group that includes one of the top quarterback prospects in Dwayne Haskins, who the Redskins selected 15th overall, and a freakish athlete in edge defender Montez Sweat, who the organization liked so much that they traded back into the first round to take him at No. 26. The Redskins also addressed their need at wide receiver, taking third-rounder Terry McLaurin and sixth-rounder Kelvin Harmon, while drafting a pair of offensive lineman in the middle rounds. They’ll come in and compete right away with newly-signed Ereck Flowers for the starting job at left guard.
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