Originally Posted by SonOfLe-loLang
I find statements like this rather silly because every single year gems and useful players are found all over the draft, and draft experts constantly miss on guys who turn out to be stars. It's not like the two hundred players picked before Terrell Davis were better than him, thus making that draft "deep." While this draft doesn't have that Luck/RG3 starpower in the top ten, I'd assume the bottom half of the first round and beyond will prove to be similar to any other draft.
All this is based on nothing, but just what I assume.
Pretty much exactly what I was thinking. Alfred Morris was arguably the best rookie last year and he was taken in the 6th round. No one really knows how this draft will ultimately turn out, especially not the scouts.