As it's been stated several times after this past draft putting a grade on a draft befor the 3-5 year mark is pointless since you don't know how they will play in the league. So I figured we could look back at the 2013 draft and grade it out. My overall grade takes into account games played, production on the field, whether they are still on our roster. 1. Jarvis Jones - From what I remember during the pre-draft process Jones was the leader in FBS that season in sacks and was supposed to be a top 10 pick. Then the combine showed how poor of an athlete he was. His pro day not much better and a look at his tape showed the lack of quality sacks he really produced. (most were scheme not effort). He obviously fell to us at 17 and I figured with the giant whole in our D we were selecting him. His overall production over 4 years with us was underwhelming to say the least. With so many good players drafted in the first round after him (Eric Reid, Tyler Eifert, Desmond Trufant, Xavier Rhodes, DeAndre Hopkins, and even Alec Ogletree) it's hard not to grade this pick as an F. 2. Le'Veon Bell - Again I know a lot of people on this board were talking pre-draft about getting Gio Bernard, or Eddie Lacey, or even Montee Ball. I don't remember a lot of talk about Bell pre-draft. The selection was made and while several people were indifferent about the pick because it filled a need there were others that were up in arms over the fact that Lacey was still on the board. Kid comes in to camp and hurts his foot and didn't play until week 4 of the regular season. While he's only played 2 full seasons of ball Bell has been a workhorse and game changer for this offense. With his production normally it would be an A+ but his lack of health during several seasons drops it to an A- in my book. 3. Markus Wheaton - At the time I know there was a lot of hope for Wheaton to be the future after we figured Sanders would leave. His college tape showed a kid who would fight for the ball and was a decent athlete despite his lack of size. While during his time here Wheaton showed flashes of what we all expected to be normal production. Some nagging injuries and an overall lack of being on the same page with Ben led to Pitt not offering another contract. Grade of C+ 4A. Shamarko Thomas - While trading away a 2014 3rd round pick to move here the Shark was viewed as the possible future at the safety position. Most viewed Shark as a steal in the 4th. Playing the dime defender role in his first year Thomas never really progressed as a defender. While not doing bad as a gunner on special teams Thomas never truly got the mental portion of the game down. Grade of a C 4B. Landry Jones - I'm sure this is still a controversial pick as we already had Gradkowski on the roster and we figured Ben still had several years left. Seeing as the only time we ever got to see Jones was during preseason games from '13-15 preseason games Jones didn't seem to progress at all. Because of this the Steelers brought in Vick when Gradkowski was injured in the preseason, who became the #2. Then during the '15 season when Ben was hurt and the game against the Cardinals Vick got hurt Jones came in relief in the 3rd qtr down 6-10 and led the Steelers to a comeback win 25-13. Starting 5 games over the last 3 seasons in relief of an injured Ben and for a game to rest Ben Jones has proven to be a capable backup. Grade of B 5. Terry Hawthorn - Another defensive back from the later rounds that Colbert/Tomlin have drafted. Hawthorn did not make the roster or practice squad. Grade of F 6A. Justin Brown - Brown was kept on the practice squad his first year with the team. In 2014 with a full year under his belt Brown ended up making the roster playing in 8 games. Being waived after the season Brown was claimed by the Bills but was waived injured at the end of their camp. Brown hasn't been with an NFL team since. Grade D 6B. Vince Williams - Williams showed promise from rookie mini camp. Coming in and calling the defense he proved to be a leader. Beating out Stevenson Sylvester as the primary backup his rookie season Williams ended up replacing Larry Foote who was injured week 1. Starting 10 of the last 11 games that season. Getting to be the primary backup again the following season behind Shazier Williams get several starts over the next 3 seasons with Shazier showing a knack for getting injured. The 2017 season Williams came in and started the whole season. Grade B+ 7. Nick Williams - Going on IR his rookie season Williams was expected to transition to the DE position. Not making it out of camp the following season Pitt placed him on the practice squad getting claimed during the season by the Chiefs. Grade D- Obviously all my opinion. What grades would you all give?