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Full List Of Washington Redskins 2020 NFL Draft Picks 


After months of speculation, the 2020 NFL Draft is finally here.

The Washington Redskins have seven selections, starting with the No. 2 overall pick. They also have picks in the third and fifth rounds and two picks each in the fourth and seventh rounds. The Redskins gave up this year's second-round selection during the 2019 NFL Draft, when they traded back into the first round to draft Montez Sweat.

This is the first draft under new head coach Ron Rivera, who will be working closely with Vice President of Player Personnel Kyle Smith to ensure the Redskins make the most of the three-day event.

"We're really excited to move forward," Smith said. "We've gotten our group of guys, we've gone through the process, we've talked to the coaches. We're just ready to roll now."

Below is a list of every Redskins' pick in the 2020 NFL Draft. Check back here throughout the draft to see who the Redskins added, along with stories, photos and videos of each selection. You can also stay up to date on all Redskins' draft news at

Round 1 (Pick No. 2)

DE Chase Young, Ohio State

The Washington Redskins just drafted Ohio State defensive end Chase Young with the No. 2 overall pick.

Young, who just celebrated his 22nd birthday, joins a defensive front that is already filled with first-round picks like Jonathan Allen, Montez Sweat, Daron Payne and Ryan Kerrigan. He is the third Buckeye to be drafted by Washington in two years with teammates Dwayne Haskins Jr. and Terry McLaurin being selected in the first and third rounds of the 2019 draft.

Round 3 (Pick No. 66)

RB Antonio Gibson, Memphis

The Washington Redskins selected Antonio Gibson in the third round (No. 66 overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Gibson (6-0, 228 pounds) played two seasons at East Central Community College before transferring to the University of Memphis in 2018. He caught 44 passes for 834 yards and 10 touchdowns with the Tigers while averaging 19 yards per catch. He had 50 receptions for 871 yards at 13 touchdowns at East Central.

As a senior in 2019, Gibson was second on the team with 735 receiving yards and 38 receptions. His 19.3 average yards per catch led all Tigers with at least 10 receptions, while his eight receiving touchdowns were also second on the team.

Round 4 (Pick No. 108)

T Saahdiq Charles, LSU

The Washington Redskins selected Saahdiq Charles in the fourth round (No. 108 overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Charles (6-foot-4, 321 pounds) grew up in New Orleans, attended Madison-Ridgeland Academy in Mississippi and played collegiately at LSU.

He immediately appeared in 13 games (nine starts), including seven at left tackle, en route to earning SEC All-Freshman Team honors. After a sophomore season during which he started 10 games at left tackle, Charles was a part of an offensive line that won the Joe Moore Award as the nation's best unit in 2019.

Round 4 (Pick No. 142)

WR Antonio Gandy-Golden, Liberty

The Washington Redskins have selected wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden in the fourth round (No. 142 overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Gandy-Golden (6-foot-4, 223 pounds) grew up in Dallas, Georgia, and played at Paulding County High School where he had 119 receptions for 1,974 yards and nine touchdowns in his junior and senior seasons. That earned him five college offers before accepting a scholarship from Liberty University.

Gandy-Golden immediately became an important piece of the Flames' offense with 21 catches for 315 yards and three touchdowns. Over the next three seasons, Gandy-Golden had at least 1,000 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns. He finished his senior season third among FBS receivers in receptions (79) and yards (1,396).

Round 5 (Pick No. 156)

C Keith Ismael, San Diego State

The Washington Redskins selected San Diego State center Keith Ismael in the fifth round (No. 156 overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Ismael (6-foot-3, 309 pounds) was a three-time All-Mountain West performer with the Aztecs. He earned second-team honors as a redshirt freshman during which he started eight games at center and filled in at right guard because of an injury. He garnered first-team All-Conference honors the past two seasons, starting 25 games during that stretch.

During Ismael's time with San Diego State, the Aztecs had back-to-back 2,000-yard rushers in 2017 and 2018.

Round 5 (Pick No. 162)

LB Khaleke Hudson, Michigan

The Washington Redskins have selected linebacker Khaleke Hudson in the fifth round (No. 162 overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft

Hudson (5-foot-11, 224 pounds) played in 44 games at Michigan and recorded 225 tackles, including 114 solo and 23 for a loss. He had 10 sacks in four seasons while grabbing two interceptions and deflecting 14 passes.

Hudson collected several honors while playing for the Wolverines. He was a three-time All-Big Ten honoree, a semifinalist for the Jason Witten College Man of the Year in 2019 and he holds a school record for most tackles for loss in a single game with eight against Minnesota. The stat also ties a single-game NCAA record.

Round 7 (Pick No. 216)

S Kamren Curl, Arkansas

The Washington Redskins selected Kamren Curl in the seventh round (No. 216 overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Curl (6-foot-1, 206 pounds) was a three-year starter at Arkansas and played strong safety the past two seasons. After playing in 12 games at cornerback because of injury as a freshman, he moved over to safety and recorded 53 tackles and five pass breakups across 11 contests.

Curl's best season came in 2019, when he made a career-high 76 tackles (46 solo) and led the Razorbacks with two interceptions. He also totaled four tackles for loss, two sacks, two forced fumbles, two fumble recoveries and a touchdown. He decided after the season to forego his final year of eligibility and enter the NFL Draft.

Round 7 (Pick No. 229)

DE James Smith-Williams, N.C. State

The Washington Redskins selected James Smith-Williams in the seventh round (No. 229 overall) of the 2020 NFL Draft.

Smith-Williams (6-foot-4, 265 pounds) played in 29 games at N.C. State and recorded eight sacks in his career. A five-year player for the Wolfpack, Smith-Williams accounted for 82 tackles, 12 tackles for loss and three pass deflections.

Smith-Williams' best season came in 2018 -- his first opportunity as a full-time starter -- when he had 36 tackles, nine of which were for a loss, and six sacks. Although he spent the beginning of his college career as a reserve player, he still manage to contribute with moment like a blocked punt that was recovered for a touchdown against Notre Dame and a career-tying six tackles against Furman.

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