Victor Valdes: B-
Valdes has had a fairly decent season, not overly wonderful but also not bad. Big saves were made that won Barcelona games. But a few mistakes have cost Barcelona.
Jose Pinto: C
While Pinto has performed extraordinarily in the few games he has played, there has not been enough action to fully rate the goalkeeper. But the 37-year-old has made some remarkable stops this season.
Dani Alves: B-
Injuries have plagued the season of the Brazilian right-back. However in the stretch of games he has featured in, Alves has been stellar, especially lately.
Martin Montoya: B+
The 21-year-old has broken out in the many absences of Dani Alves. His defending is solid, and he has also contributed offensively. Montoya is the right-back of the future, maybe even the present.
Jordi Alba: A
Young Jordi Alba has fit right into the Barcelona system. His speed in defense has helped greatly, while his offensive ability is causing defenders headaches. He is quickly becoming one of the world’s best.
The Brazilian has done everything this season: left-back, right-back, center-back and scoring goals. Adriano is almost a super-sub at this point. Early-season mistakes were his only low points.
Marc Bartra: C
Bartra may very well be the center-back of the future. His season has been terrific for his young age. But he has not seen enough time to really see his current ability. He must mature to take over for Carles Puyol.
Marc Muniesa: N/A
Muniesa was perhaps a better player than Bartra entering the season. But a torn ACL has sidelined the center-back for the season (via Goal).
Carles Puyol: B
The Barcelona captain has been in wonderful form this season despite many injuries. However, his age is beginning to catch up to him.
Gerard Piqué: A
Coming off of a poor season, Piqué has turned everything around. The tall defender is playing extremely well and has been a wall in defense.
Javier Mascherano: C
The Argentine defender enjoyed a tremendous season as a center-back last year. But this season is beginning to show that it is not his natural position.
Eric Abidal: N/A
Abidal is just now making his return from a liver transplant which has had the Frenchman out of action since late last season.
Cesc Fabregas: B
The season began in a weird way for Fabregas as his playing time seemed sporadic. Yet the Catalan midfielder has now found his role at the club.
Young Thiago is almost ready to fulfill his role as the heir to Xavi. His decision-making and possession is outstanding as it is hard to find a weakness in the Spaniard.
Andres Iniesta: A
After moving to the left-wing, Iniesta is in the greatest form of his career. The Spaniard is a constant threat in front of goal as well as an assist machine.
Xavi continues to do what he does best. He is the brain of the midfield and has delivered wonderful passes all season. His age is not an issue yet, though his speed might be.
Jonathan Dos Santos: D
The Mexico international has received very few minutes this season. Sadly, the minutes Dos Santos has played have shown that he may not be up for an important role at Barcelona.
Sergio Busquests: A
The lanky defensive-midfielder may be the most important player for Barcelona. His ability to read the game influences the flow on the pitch, and the team often looks lost when he is not playing.
Alex Song: C-
Song was brought to fill multiple roles for La Blaugrana. However, he is being spread too thin. His physicality has been very important, but his decision making has been far off.
David Villa: C
After returning from his broken leg, Villa began the season in a wonderful way. Since then his form has disappeared, possibly due to a lack of playing time.
Alexis Sanchez: D+
The Chilean has been in awful form this season. Sanchez has been unable to score goals which is hurting his performance. He has given a few assists, but is overall lacking in many areas.
Even though Pedro is also struggling in front of goal, his playmaking has been wonderful. The assists he has given have been very important. But the goals must come soon.
Isaac Cuenca: N/A
The young winger has been out all season after knee surgery (via fcbarcelona). The second half of the season could prove vital for his future at the club.
Cristian Tello: B+
Cristian Tello may be the best pure winger at Barcelona to this point. His speed is wonderful and his ability to beat defenders has been great. But he is still a very raw talent at 21 years of age.
Lionel Messi: A+
There is no denying the ability of Lionel Messi. He continues to prove he is the best player in the world and is leading Barcelona to yet another terrific season.
Tito Vilanova: A
In his first season in charge of Barcelona, Tito Vilanova has done everything right. The manager deserves full praise he has led his team to a possible historic season full of trophies