Thanks to last year's trade up for Robert Griffin III - which exactly zero Washington Redskins fans regret - our friends at Hogs Haven have yet to participate in the 2013 SB Nation NFL writers' mock draft. That's no longer the case, as Kevin Ewoldt is here to make the team's second-round selection to kick off this mock's final week.
Here's our own Dan Kadar to break down the pick:
The question the Redskins will weigh in the second round could be a player like Taylor (or fellow zone maven Jordan Poyer) or a safety like D.J. Swearinger. In this scenario, the Redskins can’t go wrong with either Taylor or Swearinger. In fact, if they have these options in the actual draft, they could slide down a few picks and add an extra late-round selection. But in regard to the Taylor selection, it’s a sound one. He’s getting discussion as a late first-round pick. So to get him in the middle of the second round is good value. He could play straight away for the Redskins and make an impact.
|39||Jamie Collins||LB||Southern Miss||6'3"||250|
|40||Gavin Escobar *||TE||San Diego State||6'6"||254|
|48||Robert Woods *||WR||USC||6'0"||200|
|2||51||Washington Redskins||Jamar Taylor||CB||Boise State|