The Washington Redskins traded back into the first round of the draft by sending the 46th overall pick and a 2020 second-rounder to the Indianapolis Colts to select pass-rusher Montez Sweat out of Mississippi State at No. 26 overall.
Sweat was thought to have a pre-existing heart condition - believed to be discovered at the NFL combine - but it's been determined he was misdiagnosed with hypertrophic cardiomyopathy, NFL Network's Ian Rapoport reports.
He was initially projected to be a potential top-10 pick. Instead, the Redskins move up 20 spots in the draft to get him late in the first round. The Colts now own two second-rounders for next year's draft.
School: Mississippi State
Weight: 260 lbs
Sweat possesses a number of rare traits for an edge defender, but his overall game requires a bit of fine-tuning before he can make a legitimate NFL impact. The speed and production are there, but the 2018 All-American likely only profiles as a weak-side defensive end in a 4-3 defense due to his tightness in space. Still, Sweat's upside is among the highest at his position.