Complete recap of final 2016 Mock Drafts

The 2016 NFL Draft is hours away. Here are the final predictions from all notable experts with the Redskins holding pick number 21.

General manager Scot McCloughan has a track record of taking the best pick available if a suitable option to trade back is not available. This has caused everyone, including the experts, to have little consensus earlier in the mocking process of who the Washington Redskins select with the 21st overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft tonight.

Breaking Burgundy's Ben Standig revealed his final first and second round picks for the Redskins. Below are the final mock draft predictions for the Redskins from 20 different experts where it seems to that some consistency was finally reached.

For your own draft evaluation pleasures, take a look at Breaking Burgundy's film analyst Paul Connor's rankings on offense and defense by position.

Mel Kiper, ESPN - Ryan Kelly, C, Alabama

"Center is arguably the biggest immediate need, so while you don't see many come off the board this early, the ones who do are usually plug-and-play guys, and Kelly certainly fits the bill."

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Todd McShay, ESPN - Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama, Scouting Report

"A physical tone-setter with a great motor, Reed would fit perfectly into the team Scot McCloughan is building."

Daniel Jeremiah, NFL - Vernon Butler, DT, Lousiana Tech, Scouting Report

"Butler is very gifted and he can move up and down the line of scrimmage."

Mike Mayock, NFL - Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama, Scouting Report

"Reed is special, and the linebackers will love him. The Redskins were 26th against the run in 2015; that won't happen this year."

Bucky Brooks, NFL - A'Shawn Robinson, DT, Alabama, Scouting Report

"The Redskins pluck a big-bodied space eater to plug in at nose tackle."

Charles Davis, NFL - Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama, Scouting Report

"Reed is a tremendous run stopper, and I believe he will keep getting better as an inside pass rusher and help Washington deal with Dallas' great offensive line and heavy running attack."

Charley Casserly, NFL - Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama, Scouting Report

"Helps improve the Redskins' rub defense."

Lance Zierlein, NFL Vernon Butler, DT, Lousiana Tech, Scouting Report

"Butler has big-time talent, and the ability to play 3-4 NT or 3-4 DE. Butler's upside might be too much to pass up for the Redskins."

Chad Reuter, NFL - Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama, Scouting Report

"Losing Terrance Knighton hurts Washington's front line. Reed will collapse the pocket more often on pass plays than "Pot Roast" did."

Rob Rang, CBS - Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama, Scouting Report

"Reed is a pro-ready run defender who flashed better-than-expected pass rush skills at the Senior Bowl."

Dana Brugler, CBS - Karl Joseph, S, West Virginia, Scouting Report

"An undisciplined version of Earl Thomas, Joseph flies around the field and is always hunting."

Pete PriscoCBS - Karl Joseph, S, West Virginia, Scouting Report

"He is the best pure safety in this draft. The Redskins have a glaring need, and they filled their corner need by signing Josh Norman."

Will Brinson, CBS - Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama, Scouting Report

"Tough, hard-nosed player who can shore up the middle of the Redskins defense and continue to become more physical, just the way Scot McCloughan wants it."

Jared DubinCBS - Reggie Ragland, LB, Alabama, Scouting Report

"Ragland can quarterback the middle of Washington's defense, which needs some more strength up the middle."

Peter Schrager, FOX - Ryan Kelly, C, Alabama

"Kelly's the best interior lineman in this draft and could go as high as the top 15."

Matt Miller, Bleacher Report - Laquon Treadwell, WR, Ole Miss, Scouting Report

"He’s a physically dominant wide receiver who cannot be jammed at the line of scrimmage. Like a young Anquan Boldin, Treadwell brings a huge catch radius and a tough-as-nails ability to pick up yards post-catch."

Walter Cherepinsky, Walter Football -  Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama, Scouting Report

"Terrance Knighton signed with the Patriots, but the Redskins wanted a better, long-term option anyway, so here it is. There's a decent chance Jarran Reed will be available for Washington, and if so, the front office may just pull the trigger."

Charlie Campbell, Walter Football -  Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama, Scouting Report

"The 6-foot-3, 311-pound Reed was a powerful defender for Alabama at the point attack. He is a strong run defender who fills his gap and is tough to move. Reed isn't much of a pass-rusher though, but he has quickness and athleticism to improve at getting after the quarterback in the NFL."

Dan Kadar, SB Nation -  Jarran Reed, DT, Alabama, Scouting Report

"Reed is arguably the best run stopper in the draft this year and has experience in a 3-4."

Peter King, MMQB - Vernon Butler, DT, Lousiana Tech, Scouting Report

"A developmental prospect, and a very big man (6-3½, 323) with the ability not just to stuff the run but to power his way into the backfield, and more athletic than he first appears—he runs a 5.15 time in the 40."

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