The Washington Redskins announced on Monday they reached agreement with first round draft pick Josh Doctson, a wide receiver from TCU, along with another five of the team’s other 2016 draft picks.
— Washington Redskins (@Redskins) May 9, 2016
Doctson, the 22nd overall pick is joined by safety Su’a Cravens, a second round selection from USC, along with fifth rounder Matt Ioannidis, Nate Sudfeld, Keith Marshall and Steven Daniels. Ioannidis is a defensive lineman from Temple, Sudfeld is a QB from Indiana, Marshall is a running back from Georgia and Daniels is an inside linebacker from Boston College.
That means Virginia Tech cornerback Kendall Fuller, taken in the third round, is the only 2016 Redskins draftee not signed to a contract. Presumably, that will happen soon.
In other news, the Skins signed twomore undrafted free agents. Inked today are CB Lloyd Carrington, LB Reggie Northrup.