If the Redskins look at a position other than quarterback in the early rounds, here are two guys to pay attention to (especially in the Senior Bowl on Saturday).
Texas A&M LB Von Miller » He's been a dominant player this week during Senior Bowl workouts. But he might have played himself much higher than the Redskins' 10th pick. He projects as a pass-rushing outside linebacker in a 3-4 defense.
"He's a tremendous athlete," ESPN draft analyst Mel Kiper said. "He has great instincts, great awareness."
Baylor NT Phil Taylor » It appears to be a fairly solid draft for nose tackles in a 3-4 front, which the Redskins clearly need. Taylor, who is from Gwynn Park and started his college career at Penn State, is drawing a lot of attention, though he might not be around when the Redskins pick in the second round. Taylor would provide the Redskins the athleticism they lack along the defensive front.