Washington enters NFL draft with more options and uncertainty than last year

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Beyond that, things are less clear. Last week, NFL Network analyst Daniel Jeremiah said he could only see Washington trading up for Lance, the unproven but tantalizing prospect from North Dakota State. Moving up wouldn’t be cheap. Atlanta, Cincinnati, Miami, Detroit and Carolina — which have the fourth through eighth picks, the range in which the fourth and fifth quarterbacks drafted could go — will demand a premium. San Francisco set the market by trading the 12th pick in the first round, a third-round pick this year and a first-round pick next year to move up nine spots.