6-0 34, 209The need: Blame last years quarterbacking tandem of Rex Grossman and John Beck for the Redskins passing game woes, but the lack of receivers generating big plays on the outside, downfield or on 50-50 jump ball passes factored into the lackluster equation. Thats why the team went hard in free agency to acquire Pierre Garcon and Josh Morgan. Thats why (among other reasons) they waivedthe solid vet but not breakaway threat.Jabar Gaffney andcleared the path for rising second-year receiver Leonard Hankerson. Thats why the still productive, but aging and expensive Santana Moss is not a lock for the final roster, especially if younger legs are deemed worthy of the job.The fit: During his two seasons playing in East Carolinas spread offense, the junior college transfer hauled in 149 receptions for 1,716 and 22 touchdowns. SI.com dubbed Lewis the Redskins top undrafted free agent, saying despite inconsistencies on the college level, hewill open some eyes this summer and will make some exciting plays. Though listed in the 6-foot-2 to 6-foot-3 range, Lewis measured out at the still respectable 6-foot-0 34 at the East-West Shrine game.The depth chart: Garcon, Hankerson and Morgan are locks. If Moss enters training camp in better shape than he did last season and cap space does not dictate the teams actions, hes good. Anthony Armstrong faded into the background last year, but could benefit playing with a better deep ball passer. Terrence Austin never quite took off, Aldrick Robinson looks to move off the practice squad and Brandon Banks hopes his return ability makes him invaluable for another season. So yes, there are options in front of Lewis, but hardly formidable obstacles, especially if he can produce throughout training camp and the team keeps a deep stable of receivers.Lewis upside: As with many rookies, Lewis will need to prove his worth on special teams if he wants to make the 53-man roster. However, his ability to separate from defensive backs and make plays in traffic could separate him from the other young receiver types in camp. Odds suggest Lewis is practice squad material, but if he can shake off the injury bug that plagued him last season at ECU and get after it throughout training camp, well see.Pro Football Weekly on Lewis: Lean, long-limbed, long-striding, junior-college product and X receiver with smooth athletic ability. However, he did not elevate his game as a senior and finished the season on the injured list, failing to provide reason to overlook inconsistent hands, finesse mentality and questionable intangibles.