Originally Posted by RedsManRick
Point being that it's virtually impossible for us to say much of anything with any degree of confidence at this point. The most likely circumstance for anybody drafted at this point or later is that they aren't going to make it, let alone make an impact.
Unless we're talking specifically about passing up a guy who was unanimously a 1st round talent who slipped for financial reasons, it's more or less a crap-shoot.
Hard to complain about getting up the middle talent.
Yeah, while there are always exceptions you are really going to see the impact guys go early. Maybe that's the philosophy...take the "safer" guys in the high risk rounds. Maybe they don't hit the ceiling, but maybe they don't hit the floor either.