I fully understand that grading a draft, no matter which sport, doesn't seem to make a whole lot of sense a couple days after the fact. It is pretty obvious that we are not going to get a feel for the success and/or failure of the 250-plus picks that were made during the three-day event in New York City for a year or two.
That being said, we can get a feel about which picks were the best and which picks were the worst. What teams reached a great deal and which teams got the best value with their selections?
This is a subjective sport, grading a draft that is, but something that every writer and media outlet the world over does.
Here is my proverbial hat into the ring.