Redskins sign 6 of their 7 draft picks, including first-rounder Josh Doctson

Third-round CB Kendall Fuller is the only new Redskin who remains unsigned

The Washington Redskins got most of their 2016 draft class under contract Monday morning. The team announced that it has signed six of its seven draft picks. That group consists of wide receiver Josh Doctson, safety Su'a Cravens, defensive end Matt Ioannidis, quarterback Nate Sudfeld, linebacker Steven Daniels and running back Keith Marshall. Only third-round cornerback Kendall Fuller remains unsigned.

The Redskins also announced the addition of two undrafted free agents: Arizona State cornerback Lloyd Carrington and Florida State Reggie Northrup.

Carrington played just one year of high school football as he spent much of his time on the basketball court. However, he received All-Pac-12 honors in 2014 and 2015, only his fourth and fifth years of ever playing cornerback.

Northrup led his Seminoles with 122 tackles in 2014 before tearing an ACL in the Rose Bowl. He recovered quickly enough to play in every game last season and paced Florida State in tackles again.

Washington signed 14 UDFAs last week, and the additions of Carrington and Northrup bring their overall roster total to 90, the offseason maximum.

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