The Redskins didn’t have a first round pick but they made the most of the NFL draft, getting seven players who will have a shot at making the team and contributing.

While there are smiles all around now, the reality is that some of these players will not cut it in the NFL. They took some players who are injury risks, while others simply won’t make the grade at the highest level of the game. So who will boom and who will bust? Redskins Insiders Rich Tandler and Tarik El-Bashir answer that and other questions in today’s special draft edition of Point-Counterpoint.

Which pick will have the best NFL career?

Rich Tandler: The NFL is all about playmakers and the one with the most potential is Jordan Reed. They call him a tight end but that is just because there isn’t a position category called “weapon”. Kyle Shanahan will have a lot of fun figuring out ways to get the ball into his hands. Check out the GIF highlights here to see what he can do in the open field. How do we know that the Redskins were excited to take him? They made the pick without ever having any contact with him during the pre-draft process. Reed was that good on film.

Tarik El-Bashir: While I support Rich’s choice of Reed as a potential Pro Bowler down the road, I’ve got to disagree with his assertion that David Amerson is most likely to bust (see below). Sure, Amerson struggled as a junior after leading the nation with 13 interceptions in 2011. He put too much pressure on himself to duplicate his success as a sophomore, and he’s aware and mature enough to admit it, explaining, “just taking chances I shouldn’t have.” Here’s what I like about the pick: the North Carolina State product obviously is blessed natural with ball instincts, and at 6-1, 205 pounds, he’s got prodigious size and length for a corner to go along with elite speed (sub 4.4 in the 40).Those attributes can’t be coached. Now it’s up to Raheem Morris and Jim Haslett to do what they do and provide Amerson with the attributes that can be coached.