Let us know what you think about the NFC South drafts, and enjoy the musings in Prisco's super early draft grades.
The Saints traded up for a wide receiver, look to be building an oversized secondary, and picked up their 18th safety. Apparently they didn't feel like they needed to address their offensive line. Lets see how well that works out. And everyone cross your fingers that Brandin Cooks turns into another Robert Meachem.
Round 1 Oregon St. WR Brandin Cooks
Round 2 Nebraska DB Stanley Jean-Baptiste
Round 4 California ILB Khairi Fortt
Round 5 Alabama SS Vinnie Sunseri
Round 5 Florida OLB Ronald Powell
Round 6 Kansas OT Tavon Rooks
New Orleans Saints: The Saints needed to get speed and first-round receiver Brandin Cooks will add it. I like second-round corner Stanley Jean-Baptiste, a bigger corner. They went heavy on defense. Grade: B
This offensive line is going to be softer than tissue paper. Plenty of people assumed Carolina would go OT in the first, and probably soon after as well. Instead they ignored it. Most of our readers have a pretty good chance at getting meaningful snaps at tackle for the Carolina Panthers in 2014.
Round 1 Florida State WR Kelvin Benjamin
Round 2 Missouri DE Kony Ealy
Round 3 LSU G Trai Turner
Round 4 North Carolina S Tre Boston
Round 5 San Jose State CB Bené Benwikere
Round 6 Stanford RB Tyler Gaffney
Carolina Panthers: Their draft was puzzling to me. Why not a left tackle? Is Byron Bell the answer? Kelvin Benjamin is a big receiver, but I liked others more. Why draft a defensive end with so many other needs? Grade: D
What do the Bucs things their problem was last year? Through my nuanced analysis, I noticed they drafted entirely offense. Actually a pretty nice haul with loads of potential.
Round 1 Texas A&M WR Mike Evans
Round 2 Washington TE Austin Seferian-Jenkins
Round 3 WVU RB Charles Sims
Round 5 Tennessee G Kadeem Edwards
Round 5 Purdue T Kevin Pamphile
Round 6 Wyoming WR Robert Herron
Tampa Bay Buccaneers: They needed to get weapons on offense and they did with their first three picks, including first-round receiver Mike Evans. I really like second-round tight end Austin Seferian-Jenkins. Grade: B+