NFL Draft profiles can be notoriously off-base.
Experts project how a player will do at the next level based on a couple years of game tape and hope that through enough interviews with sources and scouting staffs that they can accurately analyze a player.
More often than not, the brush they paint with is too broad, and players go on to prove that early prediction wrong, or at least ill-founded. With the NFL Draft beginning Thursday, Redskins.com caught up with several players and had them revisit their own draft profiles.
With the benefit of hindsight, they took out the pen and began to edit them. Here are the results.