ASHBURN, VA. (AP) -- The Washington Redskins have completed their draft by adding five players.
The Redskins on Saturday selected cornerback Bashaud Breeland from Clemson in the fourth round, receiver Ryan Grant from Tulane in the fifth, running back Lache Seastrunk from Baylor in the sixth, and tight end Ted Bolser from Indiana and kicker Zach Hocker from Arkansas in the seventh.
They picked up the extra seventh round pick in a trade with Tennessee.
Quarterback Robert Griffin III again entertained the fans at a draft day party, although his appearance lacked the magnitude of his appearance a year ago when he performed jumping jacks and declared himself on pace to return from a severe knee injury.
Griffin told fans that new coach Jay Gruden is "bringing a great environment" to the team.