The Redskins had a strong first two days of the 2017 NFL Draft.
The team identified a need and were able to land a major talent in the first round with Alabama defensive lineman Jonathan Allen at No. 17.
On Day 2 The team went defensively again in the second round, drafting OLB Ryan Anderson at No. 49, a teammate of Allen's at Alabama. The Redskins' final pick of Day 2 was once again a defensive pick, with UCLA CB Fabian Moreau at No. 81.
So how did the Redskins do on the third and final day of the 2017 NFL Draft?
Here's a breakdown of the Redskins' draft picks from Round 4 to Round 7.
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— Round 4, No. 7 (No. 114 Overall): RB Semaje Perine, Oklahoma
The 5-11, 233-pound running back has a strong build and is a heavy-hitter in-between the tackles. His best asset will be what he can do around the goal line.
He doesn't have a diverse set of movements, instead relying on force and pad level. He seet a then-NCAA record with 427 yards and five touchdowns against Kansas as a freshman.
— Round 4, No. 17 (No. 123): S Montae Nicholson, Michigan State
The Redskins needed to address their need at safety, and they did that with Nicholson. But was he the right choice?
At 6-2 and 212 pounds, he has good size, but a lack of production turned scouts off. He is also dealing with a shoulder injury but expects to be ready to play at some point during training camp
— Round 5, No. 10 (No. 154): TE Jeremy Sprinkle, Arkansas
Great size and athleticism at 6-5 252 pounds, Sprinkle has great value because he can catch and block.
He has above-average red zone effectiveness and the physical build to handle a heavy work load. Has to overcome the red flag attached to him. Was popped for shoplifting during the Razorbacks' Belk Bowl shopping spree.
— Round 6, No. 15 (No. 199): C Chase Roullier, Wyoming
The Redskins traded up two picks to draft the 6-4, 312-pound Mountain West standout. Roullier has good size and has good durabillity, but concerns over his arm length and snap-to-snap movement decreased his draft rating.
Also, his strength is less than ideal. He bench-pressed 225 pounds 19 times. By comparison, Semaje Perine put up 225 pounds 30 times.
— Round 6, No. 25 (No. 209): WR Robert Davis, Georgia State
At 6-3, 219 pounds, the small-college standout has the size of the receiver type the Redskins have looked to add, what with the signings of Terrelle Pryor and Brian Quick.
Davis finished his colelge career as Gerogia State's all-time leader in receptions. He has a large catch radius and strong hands, but his route running will need work. He looks to be in the mix with Maurice Harris and Ryan Grant as backup wide receivers.
— Round 7, No. 12 (No. 230): S Josh Harvey-Clemmons, Louisville
Harvey-Clemmons was a highly touted recruit coming out of high school, but two failed drug tests led to his dismissal from Georgia. At Louisville he was an honorable mention All-ACC selection, thanks to his voracious tackling and ballhawking skills. He still needs to imoprove his field awarness and can improve positioning in team defense. Racked up several off-the-field issues.
— Round 7, No. 17 (No. 235): DB Joshua Holsey, Auburn
The Redskins spent their final pick of the 2017 NFL Draft on 5-11, 195-pound defensive back Joshua Holsey. He finished the 2016 season with three interceptions and earned a spot on the third team All-SEC after tearing his ACL a year prior. He ran a 4.48 40-yard dash at the Auburn Pro Day.