Draft grades are like mock drafts. They're premature, rarely accurate and only really relevant after several iterations and a whole lot of time.
But they're fun, and football fans want an instant return on what was an interesting (if nothing else) draft process. And sources around the web will grant you just that.
But rather than give my own draft grades, let me pull some down from around the web and critique them. It worked perfectly well when I plastered Mel Kiper for suggesting that the Detroit Lions trade up to the No. 1 overall pick to get a cornerback who went ninth overall.
So surely this will be fine. And if not, we'll find out in some three years, right? By that point, I'll come back to this and call myself out, like I still do with my shortsighted pre-draft opinion on Matthew Stafford.