There's little, if anything, to complain about from Washington’s first four picks. DT Jonathan Allen came with lingering health questions but … pick 17? Are you serious? That’s robbery. CB Fabian Moreau (No. 81) was on track to be a first-rounder himself until he tore his pectoral at UCLA’s pro day. Again, if he's healthy, that's a steal. They may have jumped on OLB Ryan Anderson a little early at pick 47 (he was ranked 77th on our board), but he’s a solid defender and a good fit for that 3-4 defense. Fourth-round RB Samaje Perine (No. 114) might win the starting job. Does the rest matter? If so, there was value in seventh-round safety Josh Harvey-Clemons (No. 230) and sixth-round center Chase Roullier (No. 199).