NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock is convinced like most that the Redskins will take an offensive tackle at pick number four, but he’s not expecting them to take Russell Okung, widely considered the best pass protector in the draft.
Mayock believes there’s a good chance the Redskins will take Trent Williams because he sees him as a better fit for Washington’s new zone blocking scheme that Mike Shanahan employed in Denver.
If Williams goes four, the Chiefs are a virtual lock to jump on Okung at five. If Seattle takes Bulaga sixth, then the Bills will be depending on the Raiders to pass on a tackle at eight so Buffalo can still get one of the top four at nine.
Tags: 2010 NFL Draft, Russell Okung, Trent Williams
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