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Fantasy outlook: WR Leonard Hankerson

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By Eric Edholm

The Redskins finally addressed their need for a receiver with Miami's Leonard Hankerson in Round Three. The biggest knock on him right now is his questionable hands, but he has the size and skill to compete for a starting gig at some point as a rookie.

The offense sorely needs a big receiver, and Hankerson's skills fit Mike Shanahan's West Coast offense.

Don't get too excited about Hankerson, though, until he shows something in the offseason. We've seen some young Redskins receivers come in hyped and leave town as busts in recent years.

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