Dee Milliner, the top corner prospect for most, was a good value at #9 overall (Photo: US Presswire)
By Marc Sluis, Staff Writer
As I attempt to grade every pick in the 2013 draft it becomes clear its hard to ignore the potential of players and actually give out a poor grade. The reality is we can’t even start to judge these picks until two or three years down the line. And yes we finally have some Jets selections!
The following picks earned an above average grade based on the talent and quality of the player taken in relation to where they were selected. In general an A- grade would signify a pick that is just below a slam dunk pick (A). It could be a highly rated player that would earn an A by himself, but was taken in accordance with his value. An example would be Eric Fisher at #1 overall. He is a high quality prospect, but its hard to say the Chiefs got superb value when the pick was as high as they come. A B+ grade would be a Ziggy Ansah or Barkevious Mingo, who have the potential to be future stars, but were not steals from a value standpoint (going where they should have) and have a legitimate bust factor.