You can add three more names to April's NFL draft.
Xavier Rhodes CB Florida State- Teams will be lining up to take a long look at the Seminoles corner. At 6'2" 220, Rhodes has been compared to Arizona Cardinals star Patrick Peterson. Now, who wouldn't love to see Rhodes in Burgundy and Gold next season? But don't hold your breath as the Skins would have to trade back into the first round to have a shot at the sought after DB. Rhodes is one of the top junior's to declare and is almost a first round certainty.
DeAndre Hopkins WR Clemson- Sophomore sensation Sammy Watkins never really got untracked this season and Hopkins capitalized on the opportunity in a big way. Hopkins opened the season with a huge night against Auburn and closed out his Clemson career in similar fashion in the upset Chick-Fil-A win over LSU. A big physical receiver like Hopkins would fit perfectly in the Washington offense, but needs at offensive tackle and the defensive backfield need attention first.
Alec Ogletree LB Georgia- Like Rhodes and Hopkins, Ogletree waited until after his team's bowl game to declare his intentions. At 6'3" and 235 pounds, Ogletree has the skills to contribute inside or outside at linebacker at the next level. Scouts love Ogletree's ability to play in space and many believe he could be an elite talent as a rush linebacker. While Alec would be a great add, the 'Skins have too many other needs and not enough high picks.