"I think it's too logical," Clayton told 106.7 The Fan's Grant & Danny. "You just sit there and you take Chase Young."
"Last year, San Francisco went to the Super Bowl," he said. "They got Nick Bosa with the second pick. And the argument is that Chase Young may be better than Bosa. And I think most people would agree Chase is the best player in this draft. And, sure, out of due diligence you talk to the quarterbacks, but in the end, they took a quarterback last year in Dwayne Haskins."
"They're gonna go back to a 4-3 defense, so you get the best defensive end in the draft in really what is a weak draft, in my opinion, for edge pass rushers," he said. "He's the one that stands out and I think he's the one that's gonna be a Redskin."
Nor does Clayton see much trade action going on anywhere near the top of the draft: 1) Bengals; 2) Redskins; 3) Lions; 4) Giants; 5) Dolphins
Asked what it might take to trade into the second spot, Clayton said, "That's where the problem is, is that if you move down, what are you sacrificing? Because if getting a defensive end is what you want, I mean I go all the way in my mock draft to 14 before the next edge rusher goes. And what you're looking at is taking tackles, and you can wait for the wide receivers."
"And the hip injury still is gonna need about a month or so to kind of stabilize itself and see where he is. So I think right now, sure, there'll be talk of trades, but I don't think there's gonna be any trades that high."