I see a lot of reviews being very meh. And I see the majority of those people repeating what was being said on television, with not knowing the player at all. Let's start with Leal. - the testing made him fall. If not for that, he would have gone in the second. I don't get why teams value so much from the testing, but they do. We've all seen players drop crazy hard or get moved up a crazy ton from their testing. I remember a DL stud for Cincinnati (I think from Georgia) was selected in the 6th, and ended up being one of their best players. And he fell all because of testing. - As early as his freshman season, Leal was an important contributor at A&M. The Aggie defensive lineman accumulated 38 total tackles, 5.5 tackles for loss, and two sacks in his first year. He improved steadily. The next year, he’d record seven tackles for loss and 2.5 sacks. In his final campaign, he’d tally 12.5 tackles for loss along with 8.5 sacks. <<<<----- now that's impressive to see a player continue to grow. - I understand TV tells you consistency. But I see a player who has been improving every year and will be rotational. (So even if he's not a stud, it's great to see a player who can give other DL a rest when the defense is being on the field to much.). George Pickens. - TV tells you had an ACL. But TV forgot to tell you came back for the last 4 games (including the BCS championship game). Over the course of 5 catches he averaged 20+ yards. - I understand injuries make us scared. But when you see a player return fine, you should let that go. Therefore he still should have landed in the first with ease. - ACL used to scare us 15+ years ago. But medical has improved so much and we understand how to get players back to what they were with PT. And by the way UGA is a great place to rehab at. (So seeing claypool, Pickens, Johnson is a nice triple threat of receiver's. And I still. Would like to see Washington get more plays). Pickett is a great player. - now TV tells you QB are still dropping. So you're thinking we could have got him in the second. And I'm here to tell you he would have not made it passed the lions, falcons and etc. (Those type of teams are rebuilding as well. They're not in a position to even get into the post season. So therefore there was no need to reach for the best QB). - the TV leaves out that Pickett is easily a top 15 QB. - the TV left out that all these other QB are very meh. Some teams might start them, but they'll be idiots. Because they really need to sit for a year to learn on so many levels. - I'm old school. I don't like seeing any QB just starting. So I still would like to see if bring in a vet QB. And let Pickett sit for half the season. And then slowly work him in. (Unless trubisky is playing good).... Pickett just needs to learn to see some plays he could go to. Which should not take long for him to understand. And then it'll be can he handle it (just like everyone else does). Summary..... 1. Don't let the TV tell you what to think. 2. Don't let these testing of hype/fall, bother you so much. Because it's more important what a player did on the field. Testing is only nice to see what the ceiling of a player will be.