It’s our yearly tradition to assign opportunity grades to all players who received significant draft capital in this past weekend’s draft. With the wide receiver position dominating the sheer volume of skill position players, that position will have its own dedicated piece in Part 2 in this series. I will use the first two days of the draft to define significant draft capital and covering those players.
There are many factors going into actual value, and this piece is designed to help you identify who might be too high or too low by consensus, and proceed accordingly.
How I Grade
I use all factors in combination to assign an overall grade. Those include prospect profile, draft capital garnered, in house positional competition and in house offensive scheme, and weigh how the outlook for the player in both the short and long term.
Let’s start with the quarterbacks.