Nothing personal guys, based on my own Big Board rankings. Part 1 AFC East Buffalo Bills: 4.099 - Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor (Value: -38) 4.100 - Kurtis Drummond, S, Michigan State (Value: -79) 4.101 - Tyler Sambrailo, OL, Colorado State (Value: 27) 4.102 - David Cobb, RB, Minnesota (Value: 29) 4.103 - Ramik Wilson, LB, Georgia (Value: -49) 4.104 - Ben Koyack, TE, Notre Dame (Value: -51) 5.138 - Doran Grant, CB, Ohio State (Value: -56) 5.149 - Marcus Hardison, DL, Arizona State (Value: 53) 5.158 - Josh Robinson, RB, Mississippi State (Value: -26) 5.159 - Markus Golden, DL, Missouri (Value: 83) 6.165 - Cedric Reed, DL, Texas (Value: 17) 6.179 - Vince Mayle, WR, Washington State (Value: 56) 6.COE - Ladarius Gunter, CB, Miami (Value: 35) 7.199 - Alani Fua, LB, BYU (Value: 12) 7.COH - Dres Anderson, WR, Utah (Value: 14) Total Value: 27 Grade: B+ Analysis: A combination of reaches and value that really excelled as Schisno hit the 5th round. Taking Markus Golden so late was a huge value grab that I was really fond of. I also was a huge fan of both David Cobb and Marcus Hardison. I thought Drummond and Betty were big reaches there but considering the limited value of both QB and S, I can understand the reasoning. Overall, a very good draft that most NFL teams would probably be jealous of. Miami Dolphins: 1.003 - Kevin White, WR, West Virginia (Value: -1) 1.025 - La'el Collins, OL, LSU (Value: 7) 2.047 - Danielle Hunter, DL, LSU (Value: -50) 7.COI - Mark Glowinski, OL, West Virginia (Value: 23) Total Value: -21 Grade: C+ Analysis: The biggest takeaways for this draft was Miami acquiring a franchise WR and potential mainstay along the O-Line. White and Collins were great picks but taking Hunter weighed this class down. I'm not a huge fan of Hunter; I prefer production over potential. Two or three years from now, we could look at Hunter as a game-changer at DE but right now, I'm not a fan. Glowinski represented good value at the end of the draft for a Line that needed it. New England Patriots: 1.007 - Danny Shelton, DL, Washington (Value: 0) 3.085 - Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA (Value: 31) 4.125 - Arie Kouandjio, OL, Alabama (Value: -127) 7.218 - Titus Davis, WR, Central Michigan (Value: 54) Total Value: -42 Grade: C Analysis: This is another class that is weighed down because of a single pick so I won't hold it against GIK considering I liked all his other picks. Shelton at 7 is right where I fitted him and he looks to be someone like a BJ Raji if he stays healthy, something Raji has failed to do. Hundley was excellent value and my third favorite QB in this draft. The opportunity to learn behind Brady is scary for the rest of the East. Titus Davis was one of my favorite sleepers in this draft and the fact that he was still there at 218 was mind boggling. However, I don't see Kouandjio as anything more than a late round flier, much less a 4th round pick. New York Jets: 1.015 - Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia (Value: 6) 2.050 - Justin Hardy, WR, East Carolina (Value: 5) 3.087 - Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon State (Value: 48) 6.183 - Bobby McCain, CB, Memphis (Value: 100) 6.187 - John Crockett, RB, North Dakota State (Value: 31) 6.188 - Chris Covington, DL, Rice (Value: 85) 7.194 - Jean Sifrin, TE, Massachusetts (Value: 27) 7.207 - Antwan Goodley, WR, Baylor (Value: 48) 7.COF - Jerry Lovelocke, QB, Prairie View A&M (Value: -5) Total Value: 345 Grade: A- Analysis: I will try my best to not to be biased since this is my team and clearly the huge value rating is a result of drafting according to my board, but I think we had a solid draft. Gurley will be the best RB to come out since AD if he can remain healthy. Keeping the pressure off Peyton was a common theme in our draft so adding Gurley, Hardy, Crockett, Sifrin, and Goodley should hopefully do just that. Hardy was a little high for some people but with the huge run on WRs and considering I like him a lot, we thought he was an apt pick. Nelson, McCain, and Covington represented massive value so we could not pass that up even though CB was not a big need. Lovelocke is a huge project who might not be drafted but has the tools to succeed given time.