Two more Redskins—tackle Trent Williams and wide receiver DeSean Jackson—made their way onto the NFL’s Top 100 Players of 2015 list.
For Williams, who was revealed as No. 47 on Wednesday night, it marks the third straight year he’s been voted onto the list by his peers. A three-time Pro Bowler and unit captain, the 26-year-old was tapped as No. 60 last year and No. 99 in 2013.
“Trent is one of the best athletes I’ve ever been around,” Buccaneers defensive tackle Gerald McCoy told NFL Network. “He can dunk. He’s extremely quick. He’s really fast for his size. …He’s got long arms, big hands, strong hands. And once he gets his hands on you, you’re in trouble.”
Jackson, meantime, came in at No. 50, after leading the league in average yards per catch (20.9) in 2014. It’s the 28-year-old’s fourth appearance in five years; he was ranked 63rd last year.
“You don’t notice how good a receiver he is, a ball-skill guy, how he attacks the ball until you’re in practice with him, and you see him do it each and every day,” said Eagles cornerback E.J. Biggers, who played with Jackson in Washington last season. “Then you’re like, ‘Dang.’
Last month, Redskins outside linebacker Ryan Kerrigan made his first career appearance on the list, checking in at No. 78.
Nos. 1-40 will be revealed in the coming weeks.