Round 6, 189th Overall: Blaise Andries, OL, Minnesota
The Washington Commanders don’t have much to worry about on day three, but it’s important to get depth in some spots. One of those could be the interior of the offensive line, where the Commanders have more help in Norwell, but injuries could create issues with depth.
Blaise Andres is a lineman with enough athleticism for the position and thrives in the short area. He plays with a mean streak and can play multiple positions along the interior if necessary.
Round 7, 230th Overall: Isaiah Weston, WR, Northern Iowa
The run at receiver is surprisingly not done in this Commanders mock draft. There shouldn’t be any guarantees with Samuel and Brown, and finding another deep threat to compete makes complete sense. Isaiah Weston is an athletic freak at the position, posting a strong 4.42 40 at 214 pounds. He’s got the ability to separate vertically with speed, and has reliable hands and a strong catch radius.
Round 7, 240th Overall: Marquan McCall, DL, Kentucky
Defensive tackle is loaded in Washington with both Jonathan Allen an Da’Ron Payne, but there isn’t much behind them other than some versatile guys. Marquan McCall gives the Commanders another guy to throw in the rotation. He has some good initial quicks, strong pop in his hands, and can thrive as a pass rushing tree-technique while being the depth option as a rookie.