After general manager Ruston Webster's third draft at the helm of the Tennessean Titans, the reviews have been rolling, and they've been...fair.
Webster followed what appeared to be a "take the best player available" approach to the draft and was able to find guys that will create competition on the roster or will be given time to develop and become major contributors in the future.
Things didn't always seem to fall the way the team would have liked, but Webster performed admirably with the picks he had.
Bishop Sankey, Avery Williamson and DaQuan Jones look to be the three guys expected to make the biggest impacts early, but we'll see how things shake out through the offseason.
Although it's best to wait at least three years before judging a draft, draft experts from sports news outlets all over have given out their initial thoughts of every team's draft.
Here is a look at the early grades from around the web for the Titans’ 2014 draft class.