Redskins 2013 Draft Class (In Highlight Form)

I could simply tell you good the Redskins did this year's draft, selecting seven tantilizing players in the draft and then adding another 18 prospects as undrafted free agents....

...But I think we can call agree it would be easier/more entertaining to show you all the newest Redskins through a glorious series of YouTube clips. Enjoy!

2013 Draft Class

2nd round, 51st overall: David Amerson , CB, NC State –

You take a look at [David] Amerson, but here’s a corner that’s got some pretty good speed, good length. He’s come up with some big interceptions throughout his career.”
— Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan

3rd round, 85th overall: Jordan Reed, TE, Florida

He has that great ability to make people miss. When he has the ball in his hands he can do things with the ball that are very athletic, something a lot of tight ends can’t do. We weren’t looking for a tight end, but when he was there we couldn’t pass him up.”
— Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan

4th round, 119th overall: Phillip Thomas, S, Fresno State

That is a great pick for the Redskins at this point in the draft. One of the best free safety ball hogs. Heavy production. This kid has an opportunity to come in and start, and I think he will.
— draft expert Mike Mayock

5th round, 154th overall: Chris Thompson, RB, Florida State

“I think Chris is a guy that could excel against nickel defenses. He could be that third-down back. He’s got great hands. He’s got great elusiveness. He’s the type of guy, I think, that can do it all. You’d always like to have a couple backs that complement each other and I think he’ll complement a lot of our running backs and what they do.
— Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan

5th round, 162nd overall: Brandon Jenkins, DE/LB, Florida State

This is a guy that at this point in the draft is value. Heavy production in the SEC as a pass-rush specialist. When you get in the sub package, this is a guy you can move around a little bit. He can really help you.
— draft expert Mike Mayock

6th round, 191st overall: Bacarri Rambo, S, Georgia

Just the way [Rambo] played the game. You can tell he’s a tremendous athlete, former quarterback. Just a guy that has great intangibles and made plays all over the football field. I think his game will just get better and better.
— Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan

7th round, 228th overall: Jawan Jamison, RB, Rutgers

We weren’t really looking for that running back in that seventh round, but when he was there, we just thought he was too good to pass up. Very similar to different players we’ve talked about in the past. When a guy is in the seventh round that you ranked much higher, we thought he could do a lot of the same things. Not only could he excel in the nickel package, but he could be a first-down runner as well.
— Redskins Head Coach Mike Shanahan