One of the toughest things to do is give a team a grade right after they completed their draft. Nobody knows how good these players are actually going to be and none of them have played a down in the NFL so how could you possibly determine how good their draft was. The only way I can really evaluate a draft is by the value that you got with each pick. For example if you had the 60th pick in the draft and you selected what seemed to be the consensus 40th guy in the draft at that slot than you would be getting good value. Is there any guarantee that the 40th guy will be better than the 80th rated guy? No, but at this stage the experts think there is a higher percent chance that they will be successful and that is all you can really go off of so when grading the Redskins (or any teams’) draft. So as silly as it seems to grade a bunch of players before playing a down, most of these evaluations are based purely off of value.