Says Pro Football Focus:
3. REDSKINS (VIA DETROIT LIONS) — EDGE CHASE YOUNG, OHIO STATE
The gamble pays off for the Redskins, who essentially move down one spot to secure Young while adding another first-rounder along the way.
Young is the best pass-rusher in the draft, dominant off the edge and capable of moving around the defensive line to create havoc for opposing offenses. His 96.1 overall grade is the highest from an edge defender since 2014, and it included an impressive 56 pressures — 18 of which were sacks — on just 320 rushes last season.
Washington continues to load up on defensive linemen, and if this scenario plays out, they add another top-20 talent in what could make them the biggest winners in the draft.