So obviously this is going to be ongoing. Give your grades for each pick, or sum it up. I'll add descriptions to my grades, but so far: 1. Terrell Edmunds - B+ Only reason this isn't an A: they could have traded back another 5-10 picks for him. The reason is because he's the answer to two positions; he can beef up and play some ILB, sometimes even out of sub packages. He can absolutely play SS, and you could, I suppose, survive with him at FS. He's an enormusly good athlete with good leadership traits and will kill on special teams. This also makes JJ Wilcox expendable, freeing up some cash. He has a Kam Chancellor ceiling. A-grade pick, but some more savvy gives us some picks. 2. James Washington - A- This is, in my opinion, not a slot receiver. He consistently lined up outside and beat DB's deep. His size doesn't help in the red zone, but he's an interesting athlete who can separate. Not in a great defensive conference by a long shot, but we'll see how he does in the red zone because between the 20's he's a proven playmaker. He's like Antonio Brown in the sense that he is small for an outside receiver, tracks the ball well and is always at top speed theoughout his route. We're going to have the smallest yet maybe most effective outside receiver tandem in the league next year with JuJu manning the slot as he did last year. 3. Mason Rudolph - C+ I've heard his footwork is slow and plodding and his arm isn't quite as strong as you'd expect from his prototypical size. What I see is good touch on the deep bombs, which is hard to coach. QB's can be trade assets for picks if they develop, and teams are always in need - a situation where we can groom a player at the most important position in football for 2-4 years is key for the longevity of this team. The fact we gave up the 220th pick does not factor here. Would've earned an A: Dorian O'Daniel 3. Chukwuka Okorafor - C- We don't want to pay Marcus Gilbert, I guess? I can live with this a round later, but players like Maurice Hurst and Harrison Phillips would have made some A-picks here. We need help defensively, but they seem to be drafting "groom" players to help ourselves out down the line. He's not very strong but is big and can move a bit. He's a project for one of the best position coaches in football to work on. Not a bad player, but I question it's value; we are in win-now mode supposedly. Would've earned an A: Maurice Hurst, Harrison Phillips 5. Marcus Allen - B- The Steelers have, in the past two drafts in particular, come to value intelligent and high character players. Marcus Allen is a high-character SS prospect that can play some sub package linebacker. Why they drafted two of these guys? Not sure, but it might hint that one might be playing linebacker at the next level with some beefing-up. If you add 15 pounds to his frame, he is still way above average in speed and coverage ability for an ILB. Drafting Genard Avery would have earned an A+ here, but I don't dislike this pick. Would've earned an A: Genard Avery 5. Jaylen Samuels - B+ This is one of our best picks. He can line up in the slot with sure hands. He can play all skill positions on the field and shows promise as a running back - this is not the position he played mostly in college. He's faster and quicker (sub-7 second 3 cone) than he may appear. On big packages when the whole defense is suspecting a Bell run, he can adequately block or catch anywhere you put him and the defense isn't going to expect it unless you are playing the Patriots. Again, I wanted defense here but I can't complain about the RB they ended up drafting. I was high on Mark Walton for the mid/late rounds, but Samuels has something like 40-50 catches last year so we will see how this pans out. Would've earned an A: Equanimeous St Brown, Deon Cain 7. Joshua Frazier - B- The new line coach has plenty of experience coaching this guy, so I can't possibly knock something I know so much less about. Solid round 7 flyer.