With the 95th pick, the Redskins took Florida running back Matt Jones, a 6-foot-2, 231-pound junior. He injured his left knee in 2013.
With the No. 38 overall pick, the Washington Redskins selected OLB Preston Smith out of the Mississippi State.
Taking a look back at some of the finer moments from the first night of the 2015 NFL Draft.
“I thought that was the best pick of the first round. He has a tenacity about him that is unmatched by any other lineman in this draft.”
The Redskins may have made a “huge mistake” in passing on Leonard Williams for Brandon Scherff, Ross Tucker says.
The Best of the Rest: With the 38th overall pick, the Redskins have a strong pool of players from which to select in the second round.
Jay Gruden explains why the Redskins selected Brandon Scherff, not Leonard Williams, and what’s in store for the rookie offensive lineman.
An exclusive (satirical) interview with Redskins first-round pick Brandon Scherff, via Patrick Cannon.
For all the Redskins talked about taking best player available, Brandon Scherff was clearly a needs pick. Regardless, they got an impact player, and filled a need.
Ranging from opinions of disbelief to approval, here is a recap of the local media reaction to the Brandon Scherff selection by the Redskins