21. Washington: A’Shawn Robinson, DE/DT, Alabama
So many people have Robinson going in the top 10, even the top five, in this year’s draft. I just still don’t see it right now.
However, that doesn’t mean he won’t be a dominant player in this league. He is one of the more versatile defensive linemen available in the draft, and is able to play in a number of schemes. He’s great at the point of attack, and will power offensive linemen back into the pocket to disrupt opposing quarterbacks.