The rookies mentioned below have been given an incomplete grade, as we just haven't seen enough of these prospects to make a fair and informed judgment.
Josh LeRibeus hasn’t seen the field, so I really can’t say much about him. I will say this, however: I was fine with selecting an offensive lineman, but LeRibeus was known to be a project of some sorts.
Couldn’t we have waited an extra round or two to select him? Maybe we could have addressed our terrible offensive tackle position or taken a cornerback?
Kirk Cousins had an extremely impressive preseason. That said, he won’t see the field as long as Robert Griffin III stays healthy. On the other hand, I find it very interesting that Cousins has been active for all four games, but Grossman hasn't.
If Grossman isn’t going to be active than what’s the point of keeping him? We know that he isn’t valuable to any other team in the league, and he doesn’t run the same offense anymore.
Why keep him when he takes up a roster spot that could be given to an extra defensive back or some other position of need.
After watching Adam Gettis playing with the first team in the preseason, I knew he wasn’t ready to be a major contributor come the regular season. He’ll need a year to adjust to the NFL. Basically, it’s similar to a “redshirt” year.
Tom Compton remains on the practice squad, so there’s not much to say. However, don’t be surprised to see him later on in the season if Jordan Black loses the trust of the coaching staff.
Jordan Bernstine had a promising future this year while contributing on special teams, unfortunately he’s going spend his rookie season on injured reserve.