Commanders land cornerback in new PFF mock draft

It’s early, however most mock drafts like two positions for the Washington Commanders: cornerback and offensive line.

In a brand new mock draft from Pro Football Focus, Marcus Mosher has the Commanders deciding on Oregon cornerback Christian Gonzalez at No. 16 general. This isn’t the first time the tall, rangy nook has been mocked to Washington. Daniel Jeremiah had the Gonzalez in Washington in his first mock draft.

Cornerback was a serious situation for the Commanders for a lot of the season after they moved on from William Jackson III. However in a deep cornerback draft, count on them to focus on one early. Gonzalez can be an excellent choose right here — he possesses the dimensions, pace and ball expertise you need from a Spherical 1 cornerback. He’s acquired all of the traits to develop right into a No. 1 cornerback within the NFL.

Sure, the Commanders want offensive line assist. The issue right here is, what if the highest prospects are off the board? This draft isn’t as top-heavy with offensive line expertise as current drafts. Whereas the depth is strong, Washington will probably fill its offensive line holes by a mixture of free company and the draft.

Gonzalez suits the profile of a participant who is usually a true No. 1 nook within the NFL and would give Washington three high quality beginning cornerbacks in 2023, alongside Benjamin St-Juste and Kendall Fuller.

Story originally appeared on Commanders Wire

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