Change is afoot in the nation’s capital with the newly minted Washington Commanders. Ron Rivera and company are coming off of a 7-10 season. They are facing uncertainty at the most important position on the field and could also be replacing a handful of other offensive starters.
The Commanders currently only have six draft picks.
Let’s see how it plays out.
WASHINGTON COMMANDERS: 7-ROUND MOCK DRAFT
1-11: Matt Corral, QB, Mississippi
Are they going to bring back Ryan Fitzpatrick again? Go with another year of Taylor Heineke? It’s time to move on. Matt Corral is not without his warts. However, he has an athletic, big-armed gunslinger, with leadership qualities needed in Washington.
2-42: Ed Ingram, G, LSU
With the potential there to lose starting guard Brandon Scherff in free agency, the Washington Commanders will likely be in the market for a replacement. Enter the powerhouse from the bayou, Ed Ingram. Ingram moves bodies in the run game and has improved as a pass blocker. There are times when he gets blown back but he wins far more than he loses.
3-73: Skyy Moore, WR, Western Michigan
Skyy Moore is an electric receiver who put together a tremendous season in 2021. The 5’10” 195-pound pass catcher caught 94 balls for 1293 yards in 2021. I am still playing catch up on his tape but he is going to be picked this high…maybe higher.
Western Michigan WR Skyy Moore is going to be a first-round pick in April…
… if that doesn’t happen, in 2-3 years we’ll all agree he should have been
— Chris Trapasso (@ChrisTrapasso) February 19, 2022
4-111: JoJo Domann, LB, Nebraska
Domann does a great job in coverage and is very rangy. He may start his career as a sub-package backer but will immediately make a difference on the Commanders’ special team units.
THE REST OF THE DRAFT
6-187: Myron Cunningham, OT, Arkansas
7-227: Vincent Gray, CB, Michigan