4 wide receivers the Redskins should be watching at the NFL Draft Combine

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The Washington Redskins may have struggled in 2019 from a record perspective, but Ron Rivera has to feel good about some of the things that he will be inheriting.

Dwayne Haskins took over as the face of the franchise moving forward at the quarterback position. Derrius Guice has the potential to become a workhorse starting running back if he can stay healthy. And finally, the emergence at wide receiver from rookie wideout Terry McLaurin was a huge step for Washington.

Speaking of McLaurin, the Redskins were able to steal the former Ohio State standout in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft. He quickly proceeded to rack up 58 receptions for 919 yards and seven touchdowns in his rookie season. The potential is endless for him.

While McLaurin gives the Redskins promise of a No. 1 wide receiver, they need to bring in more weapons for Haskins. There are a ton of talented receivers in the 2020 draft class and they should be looking very closely at a few of them in the NFL Draft Combine.

All of that being said, let’s dive in and take a look at four wide receiver prospects the Redskins should be watching closely.

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