Our final grade for the Washington Redskins' 2017 NFL draft class.
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).