who could contribute to the Redskins"WhiteFanposts Fanshots Sections Looks Like Someone Has A Sixpack Of The MondaysDaily SlopRedskins RecapsA More Consistent Player?New Bryce Love Jersey 2019 ,7commentsHogs Haven takes a look at 2019 NFL Draft prospects who could contribute to the RedskinsEDTShareTweetShareShareJoe Jackson Could Be An Impactful Rush End. Can The Redskins Make Him A More Consistent Player?Shanna Lockwood-USA TODAY SportsJoe Jackson, EDGESchool: Miami | Conference: ACCCollege Experience: Junior | Age: 21?Height / Weight: 6-4 / 275 lbsProjected Draft Status: 3rd or 4th RoundNFL Comparison: Tarell BashamCollege StatisticsPlayer OverviewJoe Jackson was a 4-star recruit from Miamis own Gulliver Prep. Jackson gave his commitment to Miami relatively early on in the process. Alabama, South Carolina, and Arkansas all made big pushed for him but Jackson never wavered from his initial commitment. Jackson made his way into the starting lineup immediately and posted some impressive numbers his freshman season. Hes gotten great production his whole career and has been one of the building blocks of Miamis defense over the past three seasons and one of its best and most consistent defensive players. Jackson has always been praised and lauded for his physical traits and overall athletic ability as well as his work ethic. Coaches will be assessing whether he can take next steps and not only maximize his physical abilities but really make strides in the instinctive and mental aspects of his game. He is considered a fringe day 2 pick because of his athletic ability but because of the strides he needs to make early on day 3 sounds about right for him. Jackson was a DL in college and will appeal to 4-3 teams especially but could appeal to 3-4 teams looking for a pure rush end as well. StrengthsGood size, length, and speed for the position.Flashes speed and power off the edge. When he times his jump right his explosion off the snap can be really nice and he can beat tackles with his initial quickness and keep them beat with his power and length as he collapses the pocket. Has a nice rip and swim move that he uses to get swat off blocks. Uses arm length to prevent linemen from recovering. Can close to the ball with good burst and has some nice power behind his hits that can rock ball carriers (5 career forced fumbles).If given the time can power his way through blocks with brute force. Tough to move in the run game.WeaknessesNoticeable tight and stiff in his movements and though he has experience dropping back into coverage that is not his game. Hes a defensive end and lacks the versatility of other EDGE prospects in the class.Has a hard time working back across blocks when his initial attempts are stopped. He needs to develop more pass rushing moves and come up with a consistent play to disengage himself. Slow to react to things happening in the backfield (RPOs, draws, misdirections, etc). Its part instinctual issues and part him playing hesitant and conservative. His field of vision narrows and he can miss out on some big plays. Overall production per season has been consistent but his ability to show up during sustained stretches in the game comes into question.Overall raw player who needs a lot of work technically and will take time to adjust to the speed and higher concepts of the NFL. Upside is based on prototypical traits.Lets see his work:More Joe Jackson videosHow Would He Fit On The Redskins?While some may see more weaknesses than strengths I want to remind you that there is reason the NFL places such a premium on players and prospects with these size / athletic traits over guys who dont have that. The belief especially on defense is that these size and trait guys have the unteachable stuff naturally so they can always be taught to see the field better, or learn more technically. This is going to be the approach of most scouts that are assessing Jackson. He isnt ready to start in the NFL yet but if he gets with the right program and coaching that stuff can be taught and brought out in him. He has the physical tools to be a consistent disruptor in the backfield and has shown flashes of it all through his career. I very much prefer that the Redskins keep Jacksons at DE if they were to draft him. As I have said 1000x already if anyone can teach technique is Tomsula and he is probably one of a handful of position coaches in the NFL who you should have the upmost confidence in to get the most out of a guy like this. If the Redskins try what they have in the past and play Jackson at OLB it would be a mistake. Jackson can learn technique but I question just how much his innate ability to diagnose a play can improve. He may always be that guy that misses out on a few big plays due to slow reaction time even if he can get off blocks. However, he still has the upside a lot of teams are looking for out of a rotational rush end and that may be his bread and butter in the NFL. NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) Lets talk quarterbacks. As in potential backup quarterbacks in the NFL, and maybe starters down the road.Eleven quarterbacks were chosen in the three rounds of the draft. The trio that went in the opening round No. 1 overall Kyler Murray to Arizona, No. 6 Daniel Jones to the Giants, and No. 15 Dwayne Haskins to Washington figure to be starters someday, perhaps soon.Murray goes to a team that traded away its first-round QB from last year, Josh Rosen, to clear the path for the Heisman Trophy winner. New coach Kliff Kingsbury was an offensive mastermind at Texas Tech with an offense that fits Murrays dynamic skills.Jones will sit, though no one knows for how long, behind Eli Manning in New York. He was chosen to succeed the two-time Super Bowl winner, of course.Haskins could grab the job in D.C. because incumbent Alex Smith is not expected to recover sufficiently from major leg injuries to be available in 2019. Last seasons backup, Colt McCoy, also broke his leg. So the Redskins traded for Denvers Case Keenum, but that looks like a stopgap.As for the rest of those 11 passers, they all went to clubs with established veteran starters except for Trace McSorley. The resourceful Penn State QB landed Saturday in Baltimore, which moved from Joe Flacco to 2018 first-rounder Lamar Jackson in the middle of last season.McSorley is a similar player in style to Jackson, so the marriage there could result in a second-string job for him.Ive seen him play against Michigan a few times and looked pretty good Cheap Bryce Love Jersey , said Ravens coach John Harbaugh, whose brother, Jim, coaches the Wolverines. I hated him then, now I love him. Hes our kind of guy. Hes gritty and tough and thats what we look for.Playing time for the others is, well, a long shot.Missouris Drew Lock went to Denver, which recently acquired Flacco. West Virginias Will Grier was taken by Carolina, where Cam Newton reigns. North Carolina States Ryan Finley will be behind Andy Dalton in Cincinnati. Auburns Jarrett Stidham is with New England, where he might have to wait a decade for Tom Brady to retire. North Dakota States Easton Stick, the successor to Carson Wentz at that school, wound up with the Chargers. Northwesterns Clayton Thorson went to Philadelphia, where Wentz is ensconced.Jacksonville selected Washington States Gardner Minshew, and the Jags now have the guy who so memorably replaced an injured Wentz in Philadelphia and won a Super Bowl, Nick Foles. The Jaguars actually have five QBs now: Foles, Cody Kessler, Tanner Lee, Alex McGough and Minshew.The Jags noted how smart Minshew is. He certainly can count.Yes, you will sit down with him and (realize) this guy could be a coach. It is impressive, Jaguars director of college scouting Mark Ellenz said. We interviewed him at the combine, a formal interview, and he was at the Senior Bowl also, but he is a sharp dude.Stidham goes where the leagues oldest quarterback resides, of course.I dont think I feel any pressure, he said. Its an awesome opportunity to learn from a guy like Tom. Hes played so much, hes seen everything, hes won a lot Jimmy Moreland Washington Redskins Jersey , theres just so many intangibles that I want to soak up from him. Im sure everybody wants to be as good as Tom Brady someday Thorson compares his situation to previous experiences.Its kind of just like high school, he said. Going to college, you come in as the guy and obviously there are other guys there. I learned from Trevor Siemian my freshman year of college. Im really looking forward to getting in there and learning from Nate (Sudfeld, the current backup) and Carson. Just keeping myself ready to go at any moment.His peers would do well to have the same approach wherever they wound up.The third and final day of this NFL draft as memorable for the scene, the music and the passion of the folks in Nashville began Saturday with Arizona selecting Iowa State wide receiver Hakeem Butler. The last four rounds rarely have much intrigue, but still drew thousands of folks to downtown Nashville.Approximately 500,000 people attended the three days of the draft, packing Broadway to hear the picks, listen to the tunes in the honky tonks and by Tim McGraw in a rousing concert Friday night and make this selection meeting unlike anything the NFL has seen. Later Saturday, following the final pick, Dierks Bentley took the stage.Nashvilles performance likely puts it firmly in the NFLs mind for a repeat; Las Vegas is on tap next year for the draft.Far outkicked our coverage, our dreams, our thoughts, said Butch Spyridon, president and CEO of the Nashville Convention & Visitors Corp. Way bigger than anything we couldve imagined.The first special teamer went to San Francisco, which drafted Utah punter Mitch Wishnowsky at No. 110. Oddly, the next such player taken was his teammate, placekicker Matt Gay by Tampa Bay 35 spots later.Wishnowsky actually can punt with both legs.I mean, I can kick with my left foot decent, he said. Its nothing pretty. I definitely prefer to put it on the right, but if necessary, I can throw it on the left and maybe get something out of it.Tight end Caleb Wilson got something out of the very end of the draft. He was Mr. Irrelevant, the 254th and final selection. The pick was announced by Titans kicker Ryan Succop, who was the last pick in 2009 and, with a decade in the pros, has been the most successful Mr. Irrelevant.