Redskins add another versatile secondary piece Kamren Curl

Ethan Cadeaux
NBC Sports Washington

Two rounds after drafting versatile linebacker Khaleke Hudson, the Redskins added another multi-talented secondary piece in Arkansas safety Kamren Curl.

Curl's career at Arkansas began as a cornerback, where he started 12 games as a true freshman. But prior to his sophomore season, he switched to safety for the Razorbacks, where he would spend the final two seasons of his college career.

As a junior, Curl led the Razorbacks in tackles with 76. He notched two interceptions and two sacks on the season, too.

At 6-foot-1, 206 lbs., Curl is an extremely solid tackler and has high football IQ.

Curl joins a secondary unit that features Landon Collins and Sean Davis as the team's starting safeties. He'll likely compete for playing time with Troy Apke and Jeremy Reaves.

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