I want to start of with saying, please don't take offense to any of this. You are welcome to disagree with me, but these are simply my feelings based off of the players I have seen play. I am not a scout and have not seen even half of these guys play, so take this all with a grain of salt. That being said, here are my draft grades for every team. I'll go division by division using Stitches's list: AFC East Buffalo - 4.099 - Bryce Petty, QB, Baylor 4.100 - Kurtis Drummond, S, Michigan State 4.101 - Tyler Sambrailo, OL, Colorado State 4.102 - David Cobb, RB, Minnesota 4.103 - Ramik Wilson, LB, Georgia 4.104 - Ben Koyack, TE, Notre Dame 5.138 - Doran Grant, CB, Ohio State 5.149 - Marcus Hardison, DL, Arizona State 5.158 - Josh Robinson, RB, Mississippi State 5.159 - Markus Golden, DL, Missouri 6.165 - Cedric Reed, DL, Texas 6.179 - Vince Mayle, WR, Washington State 6.COE - Ladarius Gunter, CB, Miami 7.199 - Alani Fua, LB, BYU 7.COH - Dres Anderson, WR, Utah Grade: B+ It's hard to give them a higher grade simply because without high picks, there aren't any high level players. But with the handful of mid to late picks, Buffalo took a lot of players that could really help them. Petty is probably a steal in the 4th round. I also really like Cobb, Robinson, Mayle, and Gunter. I think all of those guys have the potential to be solid contributors, which is all you can ask for in rounds 4-6. Miami - 1.003 - Kevin White, WR, West Virginia 1.025 - La'el Collins, OL, LSU 2.047 - Danielle Hunter, DL, LSU 7.COI - Mark Glowinski, OL, West Virginia Grade: B+ I am a big Kevin White fan and I think he is an excellent fit alongside Landry, Hurns, and Matthews. Getting a #1 WR was a need and the Dolphins got the one with the highest ceiling in White. They then turned around and got excellent value filling another need with a guy who some argue is the best interior lineman in the draft. Those two alone make this a successful draft for Miami. I don't know a ton about Hunter, but I do think there were better players available at 47, so that keeps them from an A. Addressing two big needs with two of the best players in the draft is huge, though. New England - 1.007 - Danny Shelton, DL, Washington 3.085 - Brett Hundley, QB, UCLA 4.125 - Arie Kouandjio, OL, Alabama 7.218 - Titus Davis, WR, Central Michigan Grade: B Solid draft for the Patriots. At the very least Shelton will be a run stuffer replacing Wilfork. At best, he could be a disruptive force. I think he will fit somewhere in the middle. In the real draft he could probably go anywhere from 7 into the late teens, but I don't question the value of taking him here. Hundley is pretty decent value here and could be the heir apparent to Brady. His inconsistency is maddening, but the upside to be a good starting QB is there. Kouandjio is a solid depth move for NE, but in a league where linemen tend to drop, Kouandjio might have gone a little higher than he should here. New York Jets - 1.015 - Todd Gurley, RB, Georgia 2.050 - Justin Hardy, WR, East Carolina 3.087 - Steven Nelson, CB, Oregon State 6.183 - Bobby McCain, CB, Memphis 6.187 - John Crockett, RB, North Dakota State 6.188 - Chris Covington, DL, Rice 7.194 - Jean Sifrin, TE, Massachusetts 7.207 - Antwan Goodley, WR, Baylor 7.COF - Jerry Lovelocke, QB, Prairie View A&M Grade: B Gurley has the chance to be special. I am a big fan of his. There are some questions about his knee injury and whether taking a RB that high is worth it in a deep draft like this. In this case, I think it was a good decision because the cupboard is pretty bare for them at HB and giving Manning a back like that could be huge for him. This might be a little high for Hardy, but I like him a lot. If he's anything like Jarvis Landry, like he's being compared to, then he's certainly worth taking here. None of the other picks stand out to me, but I just don't really know much about them, so that isn't necessarily a bad thing.