At the end of the day, grading a team's draft is much like the evaluation of players before it. It's subjective, much more art than science. One man's trash is another treasure and all that.
Still there are some picks that aren't "good" or "bad" so much as they're just confusing.
Picks like these by the Colts:
Andrew Jackson, ILB, Western Kentucky: Round 6, No. 203
This should in no way be seen as an indictment of Andrew Jackson as a player.
The 6'1" 254-pound Western Kentucky linebacker has, in the words of Bleacher Report's Darren Page, "the body and skills to carve out a niche as a two-down linebacker in a scheme which plays to his strengths."
He's a classic two-down "thumper" of an inside linebacker.
With that said, Jackson also wasn't a real value in this spot. What makes the pick really weird is that, after adding D'Qwell Jackson, the Colts have a pair of entrenched starters inside.
When you only have five picks, using one on an "OK" option at a position of minimal need is the definition of baffling.
Ulrick John, G, Georgia State: Round 7, No. 232
Did Ryan Grigson let one of his kids make the Colts' last pick? His dog? A fan who had been "enjoying" the draft 12 ounces at a time for three days?
It's not surprising to see the Colts use the pick on an offensive lineman. NFL teams are always looking for depth in the trenches.
However, this pick is baffling, because nobody outside Indy seems to really know who he is.
It isn't just that John played at Georgia State. This is a player who was so off the radar that there's no profile for him at NFL.com. Or at CBS Sports. Or ESPN.
Either the Colts know something we don't, or Grigson's kids liked his backwards name.
Gary Davenport is an NFL Analyst at Bleacher Report and a member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association and the Pro Football Writers of America. You can follow Gary on Twitter @IDPManor.