Top names like Tahj Boyd and Derek Carr garner the most attention during the week long buildup to the Senior Bowl, but for the Redskins, draft targets need to come from other positions. After a 3-13 season, the Redskins clearly can use help up and down the roster. The team lacks a first-round pick, but still will look to rebuild its roster, and much of that begins in Mobile, Ala., this week.
Graded out the Redskins look to need the most help in the defensive secondary and along the offensive line. The team could also use an influx of new linebackers and skill players, especially at receiver.
The Skins have six picks in the 2014 draft, and the team has shown a penchant for turning late-round picks into starters, personified no better than sixth-round pick Alfred Morris.
So with general manager Bruce Allen and the team's brass looking at draft prospects all week, what positions should be the focus? O-line? Safety? Wide recevier? Let us know what you think in the comments.